Linux Can’t Take Itself Seriously With Its Clipboard Nightmare

If you used Linux recently, you probably notice that modern versions of Xorg have a hardcoded clipboard that you cannot disable. What’s worse, it will auto-copy any selected text to clipboard. Have you ever wondered what abysmal productivity looked like? Take a hard look at Xorg. The clipboard is so bad that neigher Gnome, KDE,… Read More »

[PSA] Do Not Buy From Best Buy Using PayPal. Ever.

So you’ve found a great deal on their website. They have it in stock, and it’s free shipping. So why, do you ask, not buy from them? The reason is simple. Even if they have it in stock at a store near you, you won’t get it from that store. In fact, that store could… Read More »

[HOWTO] Download MacOs Sierra After Apple Removed It From Your Account

Since the release of High Sierra, Apple went full retard and removed Sierra from every. single. account. You heard right. If you contact them, they make you jump through hoops and you still can’t download it. Even a search of the App store won’t return any results. Thanks, Apple! … Here’s the solution. Simply access… Read More »

[OSX] Sparsebundles Are Junk And You Should Stop Using Them

If you ever used a sparsebundle file, whatever the reason, you probably had to fight at some point to restore your data. And most likely, you lost everything. It’s happened to me over and over again; backup “disks” become corrupted. They are extremely fragile and won’t even survive a reboot if not properly dismounted. I’m… Read More »

[HOWTO] Rebuild all ports on MacOS/OSX

Once in a while, you’ll try to install something and you’ll get errors such as: Error: Failed to activate libdvdread: Image error: /opt/local/include/dvdread/bitreader.h already exists and does not belong to a registered port. Unable to activate port libdvdread. Use ‘port -f activate libdvdread’ to force the activation. To fix this, you can either force the… Read More »

Steelseries Arctis 7 Review

Bought this headset a couple of weeks ago, through I’d post a review. While I was anxiously waiting for the package to arrive, I preinstalled the software on my PC. First thing after unwrapping, was plugging it in to make sure it had a charge. Immediately after pairing the device, I get notified there’s a… Read More »