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Bouzoo

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    Bouzoo got a reaction from Ben17 in LTT Official Discord!   
    That's why I said should, not can't. 
  2. Like
    Bouzoo got a reaction from kokakolia in What games do you play on mobile?   
    While I do not play basically any games, except Quiz Up and Name the movie while me and my gf are travelling, I just bought Stardew Valley and it's how every game should be made. Literally. Paid $10, and that's it. No ads, just the game. 
  3. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from GOTSpectrum in Community Standards   
    It's to feed your e-peen. Literally only that. 
  4. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Ben17 in 20 Million PC Gamers to Switch to Consoles by 2022, as per Jon Peddie Research   
    If PS5 delivers even half of the things that Sony promised for a reasonable price, I can see this as a possibility. And I am sure MS will follow. 
    This is the tricky part. Ray tracing has been around for 20 years or so, maybe even more. Sony never said they will support real time ray tracing, which is the latest shit, only ray tracing. So be vary of that. 
     
    But not to read the whole article (also subscription), I am pretty sure they haven't mentioned how many new gamers PC as a platform will get. Correct me if I'm wrong. If the platform losses 20M and gets let's say 50M, ok then.
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    Bouzoo got a reaction from Beskamir in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  6. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Doobeedoo in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  7. Informative
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Ben17 in BREAKING: Notre Dame on Fire...   
    Luckily I had the chance to visit it 2 months ago, and trust me it is as beautiful as you might think. We really are losing part of history (not talking about religion). 
     
    EDIT: You can see here how old it really is
     

  8. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Jito463 in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  9. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from CarlBar in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  10. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from rcmaehl in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  11. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Technous285 in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  12. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from descendency in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  13. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from MrSpeed in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  14. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Dabombinable in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
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    Bouzoo got a reaction from SlimyPython in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  16. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Crijix in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  17. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from TheKDub in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  18. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from bleedblue in Blueshift's memory module to be 1000 times faster than conventional memory   
    We've heard so many promises from startups coming forth with such allegedly revolutionary products that I am expecting us to be able to build lightsabers in next few years.
    Seriously, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
  19. Funny
    Bouzoo got a reaction from ScratchCat in HTTPS bad, Filtering good - UK ISPs name Mozilla as "Internet Villain"   
    People not realizing UK ISPs are the good guys here. Because of this a lot of people are turning the feature on because they weren't aware it even existed. This was a hidden PSA.
     
    In case you want it:
     
  20. Informative
    Bouzoo got a reaction from ravenshrike in HTTPS bad, Filtering good - UK ISPs name Mozilla as "Internet Villain"   
    People not realizing UK ISPs are the good guys here. Because of this a lot of people are turning the feature on because they weren't aware it even existed. This was a hidden PSA.
     
    In case you want it:
     
  21. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from dalekphalm in [Suggestion] A fair and official Appeals system for Warnings   
    You are really still trying to push the idea that random, non mod members should help with moderation. This reminds me of the idea that the community should nominate potential mod members (your thread long time ago).
    Here is the short version. If admins/super mods (if there are any) think someone can help with moderation (as in handing out warning), he/she is gonna probably be made a mod and do it officially. Once again, as I said in the prior mentioned, your thread, same outcome, there is bound to be drama, calling out admins on how they pick people, etc., pick your poison.
     
    Really? That's the idea? RNG-ing number of members?
     
    I'm not sure how to even comment on this part.
     
    All of this is a lot of work for something that will not end well and can't be properly implemented. You think mod members are/can be biased so you think non mod members won't be? It's not gonna work, as we say it in my country, "never and not even then".
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    Bouzoo reacted to dalekphalm in [Suggestion] A fair and official Appeals system for Warnings   
    I have no problem if they were to introduce an official "Appeals submission" page - but the idea that we can select random users on the forum to act as some kind of jury is actually insane, and given what I see on this forum, simply would not work in any capacity. It would turn into a shit-storm at best. At worst, it would create massive grudges (Imagine you get an appeal because you think your punishment was wrong, and then these users - not even mods - decide you are guilty).
     
    Jury in real life is a pretty comprehensive process, in which all candidates are screened by both the defense and prosecution.
     
    @AluminiumTech if you feel that the mod team is biased or not doing their jobs correctly, PM the Admin team and report those mods to them, with specific and exact details (Date and time of offense, screenshots of communication between you and the mod in question, etc).
     
    This won't solve your problems, all it will do is change the decision making power from mods to random forum members.
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    Bouzoo reacted to DankDeuxez in Android 5.0 Update   
    Ive so far found this:

    Seems promising so far..
     
    https://support.sonymobile.com/sa-en/xperia-companion/
  24. Informative
    Bouzoo got a reaction from Bananasplit_00 in HTTPS bad, Filtering good - UK ISPs name Mozilla as "Internet Villain"   
    People not realizing UK ISPs are the good guys here. Because of this a lot of people are turning the feature on because they weren't aware it even existed. This was a hidden PSA.
     
    In case you want it:
     
  25. Agree
    Bouzoo got a reaction from v0id in LG V40 vs. Samsung Galaxy S9 (or other equivalent)   
    Last July? She should have gotten Pie months ago. By the time s8 got Pie, LG iirc had 0 Pie devices out. Looking at patches in the last year, Samsung was always more frequent than LG, to the point of some V30S or + versions being almost a year behind, while my verson goes up to 3 months behind before the update. And your phone with Oreo is the best example of what LG thinks of updating. I know my next phone won't be an LG.
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