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 No.308[Reply]

How are these videos made? It looks like some kind of animating software and not hand drawn, right?
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 No.359

>>358
This just looks like Live2D to me, same sort of thing as what all those VTubers use. This type of thing doesn't require anywhere near the complexity of deepfakes.

 No.737

I found this video about making something similar. They cut up the image into parts in some editor and then use some magic in AfterEffects to bend it. The first part can be done easily in GIMP, but is there any FLOSS software that can do the second?

 No.738

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The video in OP was something like this.

 No.739

It's not magic, just tween and puppet. It's almost easy.

 No.743

>>739
Show us how to do it!



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 No.632[Reply]

Hello /g/, let's share some neat terminal/tui programs shall we?
I'll go first and recommend you try out duf which just shows you a quick overview of disks and their usage. Here is its github: https://github.com/muesli/duf
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 No.638

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NetHogs is a small ncurses network monitoring tool. It will list connection speed or amount of data sent/recieved by process. It's not without it's quirks, but it's a handy tool.
>github
https://github.com/raboof/nethogs

 No.726

>>633
>>634
>>638
I have htop, nethogs and sensors running constantly. Very handy resources. Also, Id like to recommend gallery-dl and image-scraper. Very useful for archiving images. gallery-dl has a set number of websites it works on but offers more features like login capability and json scraping info whereas image-scraper is more of a multipurpose tool which can dl from anywhere but has less features.

 No.728

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Not sure how really usable is this, but it'd look pretty neato on the right stuff.

https://github.com/GitSquared/edex-ui

 No.733

>>728
Fun if you wanna look like a haxor but not super functional.

 No.741

>>728
Looks neat, but it's quite LARP and fucking electron based



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 No.699[Reply]

This thread is to discuss anprim, ecofash, any ecological or primitive ideology.

I think, generally, primitivist ideologies are healthy for both people and nature. I worried though about primitivist ideologies making the culture which take them up defenseless in any form of foreign conflict. as a result a highly suicidal choice for a society to take.

Got any points about it, put them here. If you think that any one of these ideologies are good or bad talk about it. Any philosophy about it put it here.
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 No.703

>>699
I guess primitivist views, especially if we just talk about just a little views (not like in completely being a retarded apple consumer) are very good for the individual. If that would be the case, the capitalist system, wouldn't just greenwash everything, but maybe actually destroying less nature. Maybe even look for ways to reduce plastic instead of just LARPing plastic as ecofriendly paper. But a full primitivist ideology sounds really retarded to me and reminds me of (where was it? maybe) kambodia, where that primitivist ruler killed all scholars and stuff like that.

 No.704

>>701

That already exist, they are called the Amish.

 No.705

>>703

It isn't good for keeping the achievements of a culture, now does it. That is a major complaint of it. The first man to discover the boom stick will rule over man. A story extremely foolish follow through it. Maybe a similar principle could be used to make a better ideology that isn't completely doomed from the start.

 No.708

>>702
Of course not. Wanting the good includes wanting it even if you never see it benefit you personally.
>>704
Amish are inbred and regressive. They don't want their children reading the Bible too closely…
>>705
Except the Chinese invented gunpowder but didn't do anything with it.

 No.734

I own tedk.net. Intent is for it to be a very simple website that grants access to all of Kaczynski's works (including ones regarding mathematics) but so far it only has the manifesto. Tried e-mailing lawyers, got nothing, got bored, gave up for now. Someday…



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 No.415[Reply]

Where can I buy a server to use as a personal vpn that google won't captcha rape me on??

I am IP banned from google and its services, not a huge deal since I avoid them but I am wanting to download some stuff off youtube as well as host a searx instance
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 No.432

>>430
cope

 No.639

>>432
cope

 No.664

>>415
how the fuck have you managed to get IP banned by google?

 No.729

>>664
we will never know his secrets

 No.730

>>664
If you use very old browsers and or different spoofing plugins or rented IPs, google will not allow you and just perma captcha your ass.



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 No.706[Reply]


Does it terrify anyone else that the ludovico technique from A Clockwork Orange is 100% possible in real life.\

And does anyone know a time in history or a government who use this technology or a technology similar to it in real life?
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 No.710

There is a little group of people who use technology who turn upstanding men in to twinks and they are called the j-*gets nuked by an /redacted/ aircraft*

 No.711

>>707
>>710
So is it rap or jazz musicians? I'm not sure who to believe.

 No.713

>>711

No janes ad-

 No.717

>>710
>upstanding men
Let's not kid ourselves here.

 No.722

>>717
bambi sleep



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 No.712[Reply]

Github just announced their "copilot": https://copilot.github.com/

What do you think about it? To me it sounds like someone was upset that programmers tend to enjoy the creative side of their job so they outsourced it to an AI. But don't worry, you won't loose your job, you are still useful for debugging and fixing the randomly generated mess your AI overlord produces in the name of efficiency.

 No.714

>>712
I’m kinda spooked but I don’t mind. I knew that this would happen, it’s why I shy away from anything that’s not self-hosted so I’m not a part of it. Kinda excited to see what it brings since you can’t really stop it.

 No.716

>>714
I wonder if it will catch on, writing specifications in natural language and then debugging the randomly generated code sounds a lot more effort than just writing the code yourself. At least when you are debugging code written by another human you can assume that they had a reason to write the code the way it is, but figuring out what the generated code actually does, is that correct, and if not, how to make it correct, sounds a lot harder.

It makes me wonder what kind of work the people excited about this do, where this is the actual bottleneck. I know that even if the AI could write the same code as I do, it wouldn't drastically change my job, because that's not the actually hard part of software engineering in my field.



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 No.665[Reply]

Browser Requests:
d2nxq2uap88usk.cloudfront.net
firefox.settings.services.mozilla.com
ec2-52-35-220-92.us-west-2.compute.amazonaws.com
ec2-34-242-33-12.eu-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com
server-13-33-240-52.hel50.r.cloudfront.net
Links (Ironically Cuсkflared)
https://archive.fo/zrNov
https://archive.fo/II2BU
https://archive.fo/T9m3m
https://archive.fo/x6XnQ
https://archive.is/OCJEx
https://www.ieee-security.org/TC/SP2013/papers/4977a080.pdf
https://anonfiles.com/h4EdLdw5u6/4977a080_pdf
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 No.682

>>680
Yes and the network you are connecting to is compromised.

 No.683

>>682
Yeah b..but what's the alternative? It's not like it's completely open to everyone. Isn't it one of those "hypothetically speaking, there's a loophole, but the effort to use it is so damn high, they wouldn't use it for someone who's just lurking around"-kinda thing?
That obviously does not make it better in any way, but what else are we going to do? You see, the wired is ded as a ded cat. We know it, everywhere we go, we meet people that know it. But what are we going to do about it? I'm a noob, I unironically can't come up with something as of now, ask me in 3 years again, maybe I'll come up with an alternative concept, but are there already any?

 No.684

>>683
>Isn't it one of those "hypothetically speaking, there's a loophole, but the effort to use it is so damn high, they wouldn't use it for someone who's just lurking around"-kinda thing?
NSA and other Five eyes agencies would like to say otherwise.
There are multiple alternative networks.
Go use it.

 No.685

>>684
>multiple alternative networks
Tell me more frend…

 No.686

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 No.675[Reply]

 No.676

What is this, Wikipedia without the Javascript?

 No.677

>>676
Yes.
>No bloat
>Easily self-hostable

 No.678

nice

 No.679

>>675
schway, thanks anon~



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 No.472[Reply]

comments?
parazine_xyz

 No.473

Not much content yet, unless it's hidden somewhere.

 No.474

I remember browsing parazite (the onion website) back in 2013, good times

 No.495

What's this board focused on?

 No.496

Seems very bare bones for a place that calls itself a zine. And it's only article has many spelling mistakes. I'd also argue the problems the author faces are already solved with Distro's like Ubuntu, Mint, and Pop! OS. I personally don't like the idea of centralizing Linux.

 No.657

>>472
Faggot Trannie website.



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 No.17[Reply]

What browsers do you guys use to surf the web?
I use firefox developer edition so i can install my won addons.

What other tools do you use to get around the net?
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 No.597

-I use Brave for YouTube and Anime
-I use Tor for research and imageboards

 No.628

Depends on what for.
Ungoogled Chromium for my botnet stuff like G Drive or Slack which I need for my job, that's why they have their own browser I don't want google to read out any cookies.
Falkon for all nonbotnet stuff like imageboards and Tor when digging deeper.

Before I distrohopped I just brave for the botnet stuff (bc the inbuild adblocker was good when going on yt) and chromium for the normal stuff. But fuck brave. Not sure if I'm going to stick to Falkon but it seems okay, haven't really read into it yet though. I prefer it over Brave because I feel like a faggot with software like that.

 No.629

>>628
wats wrong with brave

 No.640

>>628
I use ungoogled-chromium too. It's really lightweight and fast compare to Firefox. Aside from that, if you really want Firefox-like UI without botnet, try Librewolf if you're lazy or harden Firefox yourself

 No.641

>>629
It just feels like soyftware. I see that they have useful inbuild adblocker and stuff, but you know something is off, if the logo looks like a it should attract fortnite-players. Also it's build on chromium so ungoogled-chromium is a better option, as it will always be the best chromium-based option. Brave really is just a good browser (imo) if you want to grind it's BAT, which kinda is the biggest cuckold-move in cyberhistory, as your sidehustle would be to let corpos rewire your brain into knowing their products and brands for virtual money that is owned by a big corpo.
Also there was that donation incident, where brave just "took" donations that were donated to creators via brave wallet.
>When Bitcoinist reported on the ability to tip content creators directly from Brave browser, that was a positive thing, right? Actually, not so much when it uses creators’ names and photos, to collect donations ‘for them’, without their consent.
https://bitcoinist.com/brave-browser-donations-not-optional/

>>640
Thanks for the advice, I'll check it out sooner or later, chummer.



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