Just a guess: maybe Chrome by default uses Google’s DNS servers, which themselves act as a man in the middle between the server’s hosted pages and the client’s http requests, and compresses it there before returning the data to you
Wow... I haven’t shot in years. Serious photo boner.
Sadly. This is true.
No, it just gives them some building blocks to start them on the path to the education they need to get into a job category that is becoming oversaturated and underpaid, competing with outsourced coders from low-income areas of the world who will jump at the chance to do a day’s work for less than a coder in the US… Read more
The AR/VR diet. It’s all the rage among the geriatrics these days.
I am instructed by Her Majesty’s government of Canada to warn you that if you do not respond immediately to my orders, I’m gonna have to put yer head in the snowbank, eh bud? Fuckin’ rights.
which is how you solve your ‘piracy’ problem. By making a better product. We wouldn’t have the netflix we know today without piracy. remember that.
I know! Maybe if these physicists figured out how to stop being so goddamn lazy at room temperature they could have had this figured out years ago! Geez