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Omon_Ra

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    Omon_Ra got a reaction from Vector0102 in Why does everyone love Linux so much?   
    It's lightweight and can run on nearly any hardware, relatively secure, a lot less creepy spy stuff, highly customizable and free. Different strokes for different folks; if you don't like it, nobody is forcing you to use it.
  2. Agree
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from jagdtigger in Why does everyone love Linux so much?   
    It's lightweight and can run on nearly any hardware, relatively secure, a lot less creepy spy stuff, highly customizable and free. Different strokes for different folks; if you don't like it, nobody is forcing you to use it.
  3. Informative
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from Talon_3361 in Why does everyone love Linux so much?   
    It's lightweight and can run on nearly any hardware, relatively secure, a lot less creepy spy stuff, highly customizable and free. Different strokes for different folks; if you don't like it, nobody is forcing you to use it.
  4. Agree
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from zer0signal in Why does everyone love Linux so much?   
    It's lightweight and can run on nearly any hardware, relatively secure, a lot less creepy spy stuff, highly customizable and free. Different strokes for different folks; if you don't like it, nobody is forcing you to use it.
  5. Agree
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from Zenomat in Why does everyone love Linux so much?   
    It's lightweight and can run on nearly any hardware, relatively secure, a lot less creepy spy stuff, highly customizable and free. Different strokes for different folks; if you don't like it, nobody is forcing you to use it.
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    Omon_Ra reacted to dizmo in A Blackberry Phone.. IN 2017?? - Blackberry Motion Classic Unboxing   
    Asking if a company should exist or not is an awfully stupid stance to take on something. Diversity in a market is always a good thing, as is having a wide array of choice. Is this phone for everyone? Absolutely not. Is it for some? Sure. Blackberry is also the only company putting out phones with physical keyboards right now.
     
    You know, I really expect better from a person who reviews and informs people that are into tech. The "because I don't use it, it's not needed" stance is something I expect from Joe Blow, not from someone in your position.
     
    ...I don't know what the hell that is, but I want one. Adding that to my list.
    Also they had another event there, so..
    You know, most phones have LED notification lights
    It likely took place during their Security Summit, which they do in NY and London. The phone's launching abroad, but likely combined it since they were already there. $ave Dat Money.
    You nailed pretty much what I was going to say. Same thing with RGB products. Color choice is awesome. Don't like it? Buy something else. Or just turn the lights off.
  7. Agree
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from dizmo in A Blackberry Phone.. IN 2017?? - Blackberry Motion Classic Unboxing   
    I am a long-time BlackBerry user since 2007. Started with a 7740, then 8830 World Edition, Tour [9630], Bold Touch [9930], Q10, and now a Priv; I even have a PlayBook . This device has no real interest to me, and I don't see any reason to buy this over any other Android slab. If they want to gain market with these types of devices, they really need to innovate on something; which at this point I believe is far beyond the capabilities of BlackBerry.
     
    The biggest selling point to me has always been the physical keyboard, and is why I continue to buy BlackBerries today. Before BB went to Android, I never used the apps that were 'necessary' for a lot of people; and now with Android it's the same experience as any other Android device. As long as BB continues to make a physical keyboard device, there is a tiny, tiny portion of the market like me who will buy it because of the keyboard. It's funny how when people see my BlackBerry now, the most common response is, 'Oh man, I miss a keyboard!'
     
    I never understood why people were always so against BlackBerry. Yeah, they totally shit the bed when the original iPhone debuted and they discounted the demand for apps and a marketplace (not to mention the total failure of a touch-based UI), but why can't there be more than two brands in a market? My only assumption is that Americans are so dumb we can only decide between two things; Republican/Democrat, Android/iOS, Pepsi/Coke, etc, etc. I just hope BlackBerry can stay afloat with their enterprise services and government contracts and occasionally deliver reasonable physical keyboard devices.
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    Omon_Ra reacted to DoctorWho1975 in A Blackberry Phone.. IN 2017?? - Blackberry Motion Classic Unboxing   
    Linus HAS to love Blackberry.. how else could he get a RIMjob???
  9. Like
    Omon_Ra reacted to kokakolia in Need New DJ Headphones. Recommendations Please?   
    That's a pretty sweet deal actually. $90 for something like that. A headphone like this one would have been $300 6~7 years ago. 
     
    EDIT: The MSRP at launch was $325. I read that somewhere on a blog. Not the most reliable source of info but you get my point. 
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    Omon_Ra got a reaction from kokakolia in Need New DJ Headphones. Recommendations Please?   
    Yeah, looked up some reviews and the biggest complaint I saw was the price. I can't believe even new they're going for ~$100. I did find a lot more reviews on the HD8's (Linus's is pretty funny looking back at it) rather the 7's, but I'm stoked for em. Thanks for the recommendation. 
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    Omon_Ra reacted to kokakolia in Need New DJ Headphones. Recommendations Please?   
    The Sennheiser HD 7 DJ are around $100. 
     
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00I117M2O/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494675290&sr=1-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=sennheiser+dj&dpPl=1&dpID=41pndcVKU9L&ref=plSrch
  12. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from TVwazhere in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  13. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from matrix07012 in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  14. Like
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from shadowbyte in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  15. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from DededeKirby in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  16. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from burnttoastnice in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  17. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from rattacko123 in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  18. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from Ekin in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  19. Like
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from WolfDeville in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  20. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from silberdrachi in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  21. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from WereCat in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  22. Funny
    Omon_Ra got a reaction from Beskamir in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    Ingenuity cannot be caged: two inmates in an Ohio prison managed to cobble together a couple PC's out of salvage parts to make pr0n (among other things) machines. It doesn't say anything about displays, so I wonder how that was setup, in addition to the mouse/keyboard. I'd also like to see what parts were used; did they refer to LTT videos for help??? What did these guys do before they were in jail, were they hobbyist PC builders? The most interesting thing that they found on the computers to me is the, '...records of passes being issued for inmates so they could access various parts of the prison.' Does that mean they were printing fake ones so other inmates could go to areas that weren't intended? Or they were just tracking the passes being used? The rest of the stuff, pr0ns, how-to's, etc, is not all that surprising for a secret prison PC. It should inspire those who feel uneasy about building a PC themselves: if these guys can build a PC in prison, you can build one in your home!
     
     
    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-39576394
     
  23. Agree
    Omon_Ra reacted to xDylanio in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    I want to know what their gpu and cpu where. 
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    Omon_Ra reacted to ericlee30 in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    WOW! That prison network cable management though.
  25. Funny
    Omon_Ra reacted to RocketFarmer in Scrapyard Wars: Behind Bars Edition   
    They learned it all from Linus.
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