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frogstair
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> look online for hours
> find no info on the question whatsoever
> ask on stackoverflow
> duplicate found in 0.00001294172124 nanoseconds

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  • 1
    Learning to search is one thing... Learning how to search is another.
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    @GiddyNaya
    And it has become surprisingly difficult to find what you search for since the muggles entered the web.
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    @Oktokolo it is planned diffusion of information, they are trying to remove the real stuff... say what were the names of Odins ravens,... they were Hunin and Munin, but youll find only the wrong names around... most common one raven is called wrong

    Xun = blood, genetic thoughts
    Mun = thoughts, through thinking
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    @Oktokolo or its just those shitty websites that just copy stackoverflow question by question and flood the search results
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    @shakur
    The flood of corporate bullshit and conspiracy theories is actually as much part of the problem as is the natural dilution of the pool of pure IT content by waves of noob questions and icebergs of non-IT content.
    Naturally, IT nerd stuff like "what firmware blobs to include in a monolithic Linux kernel to get games working with nouveau when booting from a stick to luksmount a fully encrypted disk" (spoiler alert: none, just have the firmware folders included in your initrd image) is not part of the content, the majority is interested in (anymore - it was back when i first entered the Internet).

    So it is logical, that IT nerd stuff becomes harder to find as time goes on. But i highly doubt, that our non-political nerd topics are affected by "cleansing" operations of the illuminati...
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    @Oktokolo i fully agree on the first part, and i fully disagree on the second part, because i have witnessed at least hundred of cases where information was cleansed or removed or is not accessible anymore, believe me or not.
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    @shakur
    It's more likely due to intellectual property issues and/or butthurt than shadow government.
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    @SortOfTested yeah, open source p2p software all around the world taken down because of IP... . well i dont think so
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    @shakur
    And yet, somehow I still have xdcc bots that have been running more or less a uninterrupted since 95
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    @SortOfTested XDCC :)

    Well. The Copy and Pasta is strong.

    Sometimes you find the same articles from 20 different authors on 100 different pages.

    "Ooriiginal conteeeeennt"

    And most people have no clue how to properly include necessary metadata and information in a solution.

    Even worse: Video tutorials / presentations and stuff like that....
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    @IntrusionCM
    Indeed. My hobby is reporting shit heels for plagiarism. Ends up being mostly indians, but there's the oddball here and there.
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