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  1. This thread is a place where fellow disciples of GabeN, and those looking for the lards light can come and discuss Games, Steam sales, Hardware, etc. My glorious build Specs: Msi GD-45 Motherboard Intel core i7 4770k @4.4Ghz & Enermax ets t-40 cooler 32Gb Corsair vengeance Low profile RAM EVGA GTX 970 OC'ed to 1573Mhz Creative Sound Blaster ZXR sound card Samsung 240EVO 250GB SSD & WD black 2TB gard drive Corsair HX 750 PSU Cooler Master Storm Stryker Case Post your builds, favorite games, etc. Others with questions about our glorious platform are always welcome here.
  2. I have the iPhone 6 atm, but it's got a few issues. I got it as a hand-me-down from my mom. The battery has issues, I think. It also has audio problems because the upper speaker is cracked and broken. Plus, it drops service every so often without the use of wifi. :c I'm going to get my next upgrade soon and get the iPhone 7, which I don't think I have a choice because of my current phone's issues. So, what is your current smartphone? :O
  3. What is your cellphone's current wallpaper?
  4. PrincessLunaLuv

    Technology How old is your computer?

    I'm just really curious. Mine is at least 7+ years old... shocker, I know! It's actually one of those old white macbooks, and it's still kicking. O___O So, how old is your computer? :O
  5. https://www.toonboom.com/products/harmony/features/whatsnew What do you guys think? For those who animate with Harmony, whether it's rigging or frame by frame, these new features look very promising.
  6. Tell everyone about your computer (or computers, if you use more than one)! What model is it and what OS does it run? Myself, I work from two laptops: an HP Pavilion dv6-3170ca for school, and an HP EliteBook 8740w for home (mostly) - both run Windows 7 x64. Here's the smaller one: Specs: Intel i5 2.2 GHz Dual Core w/ Hyper-Threading (up to 2.8 GHz w/ TurboBoost) integrated graphics 4 GB DDR3 RAM 500 GB 7200 RPM hard drive 15" glossy screen (1366x768x24) fingerprint reader Blu-ray drive (read-only) And the larger: Specs: Intel i7 1.7 GHz Quad Core w/ Hyper-Threading (up to 3.06 GHz w/ TurboBoost) NVIDIA Quadro 5000M GPU w/ 2 GB GDDR5 VRAM 8 GB DDR3 RAM (high speed - 1333 MHz!) 500 GB 7200 RPM hard drive 17" 1.07 billion-colour matte screen (1920x1200x30) fingerprint reader backlit, spillproof keyboard Both are beautiful computers and serve me really well. I use the dv6 for school because it wasn't a very expensive computer and has great battery life, and the EliteBook is my awesome gaming/do-it-all machine.
  7. Do you use Sublime Text, Atom, Brackets, Notepad++, or another code editor? Why do you like that one over the others? I like Atom. It's similar to Sublime Text, without the nagging (when you haven't bought it yet), and has a deep amount of custom plugins and themes you can install. Plus, it's put out by the guys at GitHub, and I just adore that company.
  8. So everyone probably knows everyone that you guys use mac or windows or even ubuntu (linux). So what is your favorite operating system that you are using ? for me im trying out linux and really liking it much better then windows constant updates.
  9. I use windows 10 home 64bit
  10. Post your funny or creepy YouTube finds here! going to the store Halo: Reach Fanboy Orgasm.
  11. DarkShadowPonY

    Technology Samsung Galaxy Note 9

    So the Galaxy Note 9 has been revealed and wow......this definitely will beat apples next 3 iphones this year and yet.....its so expensive xD i might wait till the price drops and save up for it , $1000, for 128gbs with 6gbs of ram and 512gbs and 8gbs of ram ? no notch and has water resistant , wireless charging , 2560 x 1440 amoled display and 4,000mamp battery ? i might get this phone as a wifi device for how powerful it is but as always im always concerned on security and how android keeps everything private.
  12. This is going to scare you, but that is exactly what the truth does. All information is directly from this website: https://www.jscmgroup.com/security-views-blog/2018/8/13/prevalence-of-mobile-surveillance Also, thanks to my college's Executive Director of Information Technology for making me aware of this issue through email. The following is the direct words of the website, all credit goes to them: (Quote begins) "Mobile surveillance apps and programs remain prevalent in the free apps we use every day. This problem mainly affects Android users, however jailbroken iPhones are victims as well. As of this writing, Android represents about 85% of all mobile smartphones sold worldwide. A much larger attack vector for bad actors. The main difference in Android and iPhone apps lies in the marketplaces. Google allows third party marketplaces while Apple iPhones use a store controlled by Apple (called a walled garden). All apps coming through the iTunes Store has to be approved by Apple. This has pros and cons depending on who you ask, but without doubt it gives Apple more control over the security in the apps. A jailbroken iPhone is where the owners perform an unapproved action to unlock the phone from Apple's control. This allows unapproved third party marketplaces and apps to be installed. Many Google users love the open architecture of the Android and its ability to use multiple sources for apps and content. This very openness is what opens those phones up to more security risks. There are a large number of cyber security people that are also interested in privacy. The short reason is that when you share data, use social media, allow location tracking, and allow access to your data you open yourself up to more security risks. You are creating a larger attack surface for someone to steal your ID, manipulate you, be the victim of a phish, or worse. So to me, privacy and security are related. Free apps often come with a large price tag. The ToS, also known as the Terms of Service, often give the app makers access to your private data and other information you may not be aware of. One example is Angry Birds. This popular app collected so much information that government agencies just hacked Rovio instead of hacking users to get information on private citizens, and why not? The plethora of data Angry Birds collected was impressive, all while you were shooting birds at green pigs. Some of these "free" apps can also come with surveillance software bundled in behind the scenes, secretly stealing even more information. After extensive research into current surveillance packages on the market. Here is what attackers can get from your Android phone: Turn on Microphone and Record Audio Track Device Location (Current and Historical) Record Screen Through Applications Like What's App Drop Calls From Blacklists Get Device Information (IMEI, Phone Number, Battery Life, Storage usage, Etc) Record Keystrokes (to steal passwords) Access Videos and Music Read and Delete Text Messages Retrieve Contacts Get Further Instructions So how is all this possible on an Android phone? You allow it. The phones prompt you when launching the app to give it access to this information. most users just click Yes or Okay. So to reiterate that point, this software is not an exploit. You are allowing it. Why do they get this data? So they can sell it. That is how the pay for the apps. You are not a customer, you are the product. They are selling you and your identity. So next time you want to grab a free app, think carefully." (Quote ends) That conclusion was very scary and bone-chilling. Alarming, isn't it? Well for me, it's goodbye to my Android tablet. It won't be missed. This reminds me of Facebook, how people get into your information and sell it online. Looks like it can happen on Android as well. At least we can trust Apple. How can we tell that what was said in the quote is 100% accurate? Look at your Android apps permissions, they say it all. Look at what your Android apps can do to your device. It's stupid when you think about it. Why the heck (I'm really pissed just thinking about it) would your games and apps need those stupid permissions for? Are you going to let Android hold your life in it's unprotective hands? What are your thoughts on this?
  13. So, I built a virtual clubhouse using 3D graphics software.
  14. CosmicSpark

    Technology Internet Speeds

    I haven't found a thread about this but here goes, Show off the speed of your internet and post it here Link is: http://www.speedtest.net/ Now I will go fiirst Optus Cable
  15. Sondash Studios

    Technology The great phone debate.

    Over here, we can discuss, debate, and talk about: - Phone Brands - Phone Types - Phone Styles - Etc. And remember, have fun!!!!
  16. I recently downloaded Virtualbox and tried setting up a PonyOS virtual machine. However, when I get past the operating system's loading screen, the screen turns black. Does anyone know how I can fix this?
  17. Most of us have grown up with VHS and DVD players, but have any of you ever used the alternatives Beta Max and Laser Disk?
  18. Anonymous Old User Who Has Left

    Movies/TV How Do You Feel About the "Disney Reboot Revolution"?

    So in the past two years I've noticed Disney seems to be on a roll with a modern revolution. Instead of coming up with new fascinating, original ideas, they have decided to revive old iconic classics and remake them in live-action format, with voice casts featuring new and old members (given how some older ones have died and child voice actors are now adults with deeper voices). Some will stick stitch-by-stitch to the original movie's storyline, while others will be spinoffs or reboots centered around one character. Honestly I'm not sure how to feel about this. Given the incredible new technologies that have come into the world of filmmaking, the idea of all those simple hand-drawn 2D cartoon characters being reimagined in realistic 3D seemed very exciting for both Disney and their fans - well, some of them. Others are more on the lines of "Why bother with stories of old? Yeah they were amazing then, why try to make them more amazing now? Like, what's the point? People still watch 80s and 90s movies in 2018 and will continue to do so!" What do you guys think? Is this Reboot Revolution the right way to go for Disney? (The teaser trailer for Dumbo was briefly #2 Trending on YouTube earlier this week) Here are some of the movies that will be revived in live-action: Dumbo (following the original storyline, with some possible twists) A sequel to the 2016 The Jungle Book movie A sequel to the 2014 Maleficent movie Peter Pan (following the original storyline) Tinkerbell (her backstory) The Lion King (following the original storyline) Aladdin (following the original storyline) Cruella (villain backstory/childhood) The Little Mermaid (info is very loose - i.e. voice actors saying that they'd like to play certain characters)
  19. I made this post using a blackberry bold 9650 from 2010. So have any of you ever posted from a device older than mlp forums (nov. 2011)
  20. OK, I'm back with another questionnaire that will hopefully start a nice discussion and make people think about how far we've come. 1. What grade did you learn to type in? And have you ever used an ordinary typewriter, whether it was electric or manual? 2. What was your first home video game system and what year did you get it? 3. What is the oldest car, make and model year, you can remember your family owning? 4. Did you ever have first generation My Little Ponies or Transformers? If so, when did you get them? 5. Who was the earliest president, prime minister, governor, head honcho, etc. of your country that you have a first hand memory of? 6. Do you recall smoking being allowed in workplaces where you live? US members under 20 will generally say no but answers from other countries may vary. 7. Did you ever use old-style roller skates instead of roller blades? 8. Did you ever use a pre-Windows PC? 9. Remember “Be kind, please rewind”? 10. Name the first big blockbuster movie you recall watching in a theater that wasn't a re-release. I'll chime in a little later with my personal answers to each question. Enjoy! EDIT: If anybody who wants to read my personal answers to these questions, please scroll down to post #17.
  21. Hello. I'm trying to figure out what language and writing system is used by the ponies in Equestria, because I plan to use some of these informations in a fanfic I'm preparing to make. From this snapshot from S01E01 "Mare in the Moon" we can get some informations about the language and writing: http://sasq.comyr.com/Stuff/Jajca/QC/sci/Book.png I recreated it below as a vector graphics without any perspective to improve the clarity: Below the book there is a transcript of what is supposedly written there in English. I mean, we hear Twilight speaking English in the series, but I consider it just an English dubbing replacing the original Equine language This text couldn't be written in English, because there's lot more letters in it than is visible in the above book page. So the original language must be different, and written more compactly than just plain English when written in Latin alphabet. Besides, why should ponies speak English in the first place instead of some other language of their own? And this is exactly what I'm trying to figure out: what language they use, how does it work, and how is it written. We can see some interesting observations here: Words are separated by spaces. Text is aligned in horizontal lines. The writing system seems to be syllabic (that is, an abjad, like Arabic, Hebrew, Japanese or Ancient Egyptian), because words are quite short: 3 glyphs on average, usually 1...4 glyphs, longer words are rare. In syllabic writing systems words tend to be short, because only consonants are written down, and vowels are default, or known from context, or marked up with additional diacritics. In writing system where vowels are written explicitly, words are usually longer. The alphabet consists probably of only 10 glyphs (see the table below). There may be more, but only these 10 are visible in this particular book page. If you know about any more, please tell me in which episode you've seen them, with time stamp. The writing system seems to be hieroglyphic, similar to Ancient Egyptian or Paleo Hebrew. I suspect these glyphs could have started as ideograms (that is, each one represented only one idea, as a whole). But later on ancient ponies figured out that they can join those ideograms together to make composite words, joining the meanings of the particular ideograms together. And for these words to be possible to pronounce, they read the first syllables of the subsequent glyphs of a word. (I'll explain it further in a minute...) One of the glyphs seems to be some kind of a prefix (or suffix): the Pony Tail glyph. It is often attached to the rump of a Horse glyph, but both these glyphs can also be used alone. In one place it's also attached to a Star glyph, making a "comet". If it's really some kind of a prefix/suffix, it should correspond to a sound which is easily joined to any other sound, like "H", for example. But, maybe it's just a coincidence... I don't know which direction it should be read: left-to-right, or right-to-left, or interleaved. But if it resembles Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs in any way, then maybe the direction can be figured out from the glyphs themselves: In Ancient Egyptian one reads a line of glyphs in a way to "meet" subsequent glyphs "from their fronts". For example, if some figure looks to the right, you need to approach it from right to left to "meet it face-to-face". So one could read Egyptian hieroglyphs in both directions, according to the direction of "looking" of these glyphs. In pony alphabet, horse figures are looking to the right, so it is probably read right-to-left, as in Hebrew. But maybe other directions are also possible (when the figures are mirror-imaged and look to the left). There's some evidence for it. For example, when Spike writes his notes in Episode 1, the bump in the papyrus under his feather seem to move right-to-left and left-to-right interchangeably. So it's possible that the direction is switched on line-by-line basis. Also, when Twilight looks through her books in Episode 1, you can clearly see that she always flips pages from right to left (that is, starting from the last page and going "back" to the first page of the book). This may suggest that books are written from the last page to the first, from right to left line/page. I don't know what sounds should be pronounced for those glyphs, but I tried to figure out the sound from the ideograms themselves. For example, I thought the best sound for the Horseshoe glyph would be the clopping "K" sound made by horse hooves clopping on the ground. For the glyph depicting Snake (at least I see a snake there, but it might also be a rope) could correspond to the hissing sound, like "S" or "Sh". The Thunder Bolt glyph could be related to some violent, "bursting" sounds, like "B", "D", or maybe electrical buzzing sound, like "Z". But I really have no clue what sounds these should be. Any ideas? In the following table, I show the whole alphabet: Beside the original hieroglyphs, I also added my own ideas of their corresponding hieratic versions, that is, for quick hand writing purposes. They're simpler and easier to scribble by pen. For each glyph, I also tried to match some sounds (in the Transliteration column). If you have any ideas how these glyphs should be pronounced and you can justify it in some way, feel free to tell me in this post. I hope for some interesting discussion here. Maybe together we can crack this code I also wrote in the table what (in my opinion) any of these glyphs depict (I have some troubles with the 0'th one, so if anypony has some idea, please tell me). Below, I wrote some possible meanings encoded in that particular glyph. Composite words can be formed by joining these glyphs and their meanings together. I've tried some examples below: Some of them are actually there in the fragment of the book shown in the screenshot, so this may be the right track. Now how to read those words? Suppose that the Horn and Crescent glyphs represent sounds for "N" and "M" respectively (I don't know this for sure, this is just a guess, for the sake of the example). So their combination might sound like MaNa, which is really the name for magical energy in many other fantasy worlds! I wonder if the similar trick could be done with the glyphs representing Bright Magic to get the word PraNa, which is also a name for bright life-giving energy in Eastern cultures. Then we'd have "mana" and "prana" for Dark Magic and Bright Magic But this could be possible only if the Star glyph were pronounced as "Pr" sound (which is not so strange for a language of horses you know, this snorting sound horses make sometimes). What other sounds do you think of for the Star glyph to make some interesting word for Bright Magic? Maybe you have some better ideas of how those glyphs should be mapped to sounds? In the table, there are also numerical values assigned to the glyphs. For now, they're just for ordering and reference purposes (let's call them PEGASCII codes though probably UniCode would be a better name for Unicorn's code ), because I don't know anything about what number systems are used by ponies (but I have some guesses; I'll get back to this). But I tried to correlate them on some logical basis. For example, glyph number 4 is the Horse glyph, because the horse has 4 legs. I used the Horn glyph to represent 1, because it's simple, just one straight slash. It's good for tally marks & stuff like that. I used the Star glyph for number 5, because it is a 5-pointed star. The number 3 is Thunder, because it has 3 lines (but this is not necessary). I took the Crescent glyph for number 6, because I wanted it to be just after the Star glyph, but it will probably be better for number 2 (two horns of the crescent). Other glyphs are assigned quite arbitrarily. But there is some interesting pattern, that all glyphs related to Unicorns are distributed in powers of two. More on this later. Also, I wondered if it wouldn't be better to use the Tail glyph as last, and Head glyph as first, but this breaks the pattern a little bit, and the Head is less useful for number 1, because its shape is too much complicated. As to the number system used by ponies, I suspect some place value system or additive system at least, because just plain unary is too limited. And it would be obvious to notice by lots of repeating glyphs for number one. I haven't seen anything like that in any of pony books. If it's place-value system (that is, a small number of digits, reused in different positions representing greater and greater powers of the base), then it could be in base 4 instead of base 10, because ponies don't have fingers to count (with the only exception of Pinkie Pie, as usual ), but they only count their whole legs (4 of them). This is related to that "powers of two" pattern above: 1, 2, 4, 8 (one leg/horn, two legs each front or back or side, foul legs in a pony, eight legs in two ponies etc.). Also, if they were to use base 10 place value system, it could be easily spotted from the first screenshot: we should have some glyph repeated thrice in a row, representing those three zeros in "1000th year". But there isn't any. So either ponies don't use base 10, but some other base (in base 4, 1000 is 33220, but we also don't see any two subsequent pairs of glyphs there), or they use just additive system, which adds values of some glyphs together. But then, we either need many glyphs to depict a number, or we need some bigger values for the glyphs (for example, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000) to write down the number 1000 used in the Transcript. And we need some way to find out which glyphs represent numbers instead of words. But such a system, on the other hand, is more for encoding meanings, like Gematria in the Jewish Kaballah system: you can then count up a value of any word to express some interesting patterns, like similar words having similar numerical values, etc. This is still an open subject, so any ideas are welcome. If you know about any other evidence of pony alphabets, please tell me about where you've found it (what episode, what timestamp). The more cryptograms the better. But for now, my only Rosetta Stone is this single book page from the first screenshot. I hope that this will start an interesting discussion about linguistics of the Ponydom
  22. Fluttershutter

    Technology Comcast is crap

    So they've gotten rid of cartoon network. Basically the only cable channel I watch. 100 channels of "reality" and reruns. Unfortunately there's no other way to get internet here but I want to quit paying for their tv. Anybody use an antenna? Can you use a DVR with it? And what kind would you recommend?
  23. Anonymous Old User Who Has Left

    Technology This looks... interesting

    So while reading an article on flight, I came across a link to this. It's a rather huge undertaking, but the very concept of this project for me is astonishing. It may sound like the far-fetched dreams many early inventors had around 200 years ago, but think about it: now we've got serious advancements in lightweight materials, chemical reactions, and electronics. I think with some proper legit funding and a little more practical insight, this could become a reality. What do you think? Leave your comments! MEET PROJECT FALCON 12A. Project website Full feasibility study Interactive 3D model YouTube video
  24. After watching a retrospective on the designs of HTC phones, it struck me that over the past decade, and especially over the last few years, smart phones have varied little in their design. The materials used and color may change. But overall the format is the same across all brands. One giant rectangular screen. I get that we're moving more towards function over form. That an all screen phone sounds idyllic to most. But it's still a shame to see the diversity gone. To have a phone that was not only useful, but reflected taste and personality. A phone that you can say "Hey, that looks cool!" Bricks, flip phones, chocolate bars, razors, PDAs, landscape QWERTYs, clam shells, even the damn taco phone. So much variety and so many choices to find a phone that best fit you. Maybe it's my inner craving stand out designs in an age where smart phones are starting to share fewer differences between them than Coke and Pepsi. But despite the leaps in technology and functionality, I miss the older phones. What about you? Do you think mobile devices today look too similar and samey? Will things improve or get worse? What do you see the next big change being in smart phone design?
  25. It'd be nice if you could fill out this form, if you don't use it leave it blank. [b]OS:[/b] [b]Archiver:[/b] [b]Disc burning:[/b] [b]encryption:[/b] [b]hex editor:[/b] [b]office suite:[/b] [b]pdf viewer:[/b] [b]text editor:[/b] [b]virtual cd drive/iso mounter:[/b] [b]download manager:[/b] [b]ftp client:[/b] [b]instant messaging:[/b] [b]mail client:[/b] [b]rss:[/b] [b]irc:[/b] [b]torrent client:[/b] [b]web browser:[/b] [b]audio converter:[/b] [b]cd ripping:[/b] [b]codecs:[/b] [b]dvd ripping:[/b] [b]image editor:[/b] [b]image viewer:[/b] [b]music player:[/b] [b]video converter:[/b] [b]video player:[/b] [b]anti-virus:[/b] [b]cleaner:[/b] [b]computer specs:[/b] [b]defragmenter:[/b] [b]file recovery:[/b] [b]hardware monitor:[/b] [b]virtual machine:[/b]