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EDC thread
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/wt/ Watch Thread, Classy Chrono Edition

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This thread is about the appreciation of chronograph horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required viewing for new people:

>Used watch guide:

>Strap guide:

>Watch essentials 102:

>Previous thread:
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High Security Deadbolts

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A burglar can drill through your cheap ass deadbolt in a couple of minutes. All of your belongings are free for the taking by anyone with a drill.

You have 10 seconds to explain why you haven't bought a high security deadbolt yet.

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/glmg/ - GNU/Linux Minimalism General

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This is a general for discussing software minimalism and minimal software for GNU/Linux.

>What is software minimalism?
https://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/Minimalism_(computing)

>Why software minimalism?
- Fewer bugs
- Better performance
- Lower memory footprint
- Better maintainability
- Higher scalability
- Longer software lifetime
- Prompt delivery
- Smaller attack surface

Acceptable GNU/Linux distributions that aren't bloat

>Alpine Linux (Not GNU)

>Void Linux




>CRUX Linux
https://crux .nu/
https://crux .nu/Main/Handbook3-3

>Devuan (Stable is horribly outdated, so be sure to switch to a newer branch. There's also Debian if you want Poetteringd)

>Useful links

Alternative to Bloatware v1.2

Protip: If you aren't comfortable with the terminal or aren't proficient with GNU/Linux, this thread isn't for you.
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What has /g/ given you?

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In honor of this thread on HN (, let's hear it! What has /g/ given you?
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/bst/ - Battlestation Thread

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Old thread is dead.
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does openmailbox have your accounts hostage?

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What are the current best practices when it comes to home security and home surveillance?

I already have the weapons necessary for any conceivable home invasion scenario (10" AR pistol) but I don't have a way to catch burglars in the act.

So it seems like it might be a good investment to pay Amazon/Nest/Ring for their smart cameras and their online services where it alerts your phone when an intruder is caught on the camera rather than a traditional system with no "smart" features and local recording. What are your thoughts?

Japanese appliances

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Technology popular in japan, but oddly not as common elsewhere.

Pic related is a SHARP Plasmacluster-Air-Purifier

This particular model is not exceedingly popular, but air purifiers in general seem to be more commonplace in japanese homes than others.
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>this fucking whore got a Make magazine cover
I am beyond mad right now
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