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== Welcome! ==
Welcome to r/Apple, the community for Apple news, rumors, and discussions. If you have a tech question, please check out AppleHelp!
New to Mac?
Are you a new Mac owner? Check out this user-maintained wiki for helpful tips!
Not sure what to buy?
Check out this user-maintained wiki or ask in our dedicated sister sub /r/AppleWhatShouldIBuy!
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| Event | Time | |-----------------------------|---------------------| | Wallpaper Wednesday | 9am ET | | Free Talk Friday | 9am ET | | Self-Promotion Saturday | All Day | | Monthly APPreciation | First Day of Each Month | Weekly Megathread Archives
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Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for you.
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- Don't ask to be spoonfed a build
- No facilitating/recommending piracy or grey market software
- Don't cite rumors and anecdotes as fact
- Post sales & deals in /r/buildapcsales
- Flair your post
- Guide to PC Components
- Part Selection Resources
- Logical Increments PC Parts Guide
- ChooseMyPC Build Generator
- PCPartPicker.com (How to Use)
31,974 subscribers a community for 7 years, 11 monthslast post today [+]
All about developments relating to the Google Chrome and Chromium web browsers, Chrome apps and extensions, ChromeOS, and Chromebooks. Post links, ask questions, find solutions, and discuss Chrome-related subjects.
Some things to consider before posting or commenting:
If you're posting a request for help with Chrome, please use this tag at the beginning of your post title: [help]. If you're looking for help with a specific issue, please include your info from about:version (click the triple-bar button-> "About Google Chrome") and what OS you're using. Also, such requests should only be done as self-posts.
Please don't link to blogspam, meaning blogs or websites that are simply re-hosting articles/information ripped off from other sites. Post directly to the original article or source whenever possible. If you are unable to abide by this simple request, or if your only submissions are to the same sites over and over, or to your personal site(s), you will be banned.
We welcome you to post links to any Chrome extensions that you have created, within reason. Posting the same links multiple times, or posting them as comments on posts that have nothing to do with your extension is considered spamming, and you will be banned for such actions.
Please don't post image-only links; post screenshots inside a self-post, and please don't post memes or imagemacros. Our AutoModerator removes bare links to images. Please use /r/ChromeHumor for comics, memes, and similar posts.
If you think you found a bug, please report it at crbug.com
|Other Google | related subreddits| |---|---|---| |/r/Chromecast | /r/Google | | /r/Chromium| /r/Google+ | | /r/GoogleTV | /r/Android| | /r/bookmarklets | /r/chrome_extensions |
Questions? Problems? Submission not showing up? Spot a spammer or a troll? Message #chrome and we will look into it ASAP. Protip: only reporting everything a spammer or troll posts without sending the mods a message isn't all that helpful.
100,126 subscribers a community for 8 years, 4 monthslast post today [+]
Welcome Computer Science researchers, students, professionals, and enthusiasts!
We share and discuss content that computer scientists find interesting.
Self-posts and Q&A threads are welcome, but we prefer high quality posts focused directly on graduate level CS material. We discourage most posts about introductory material, how to study CS, or about careers. For those topics, please consider one of the subreddits in the sidebar instead.
- /r/cscareerquestions: Job, internships, etc..
- /r/learnprogramming: Resources for learning how to code.
- /r/compscivideos: A collection of video content on academic and educational computer science topics.
- /r/math: Despite popular misconceptions, Computer Science is mostly about math.
- /r/programming: ...but we also occasionally implement things.
- /r/algorithms: Another computer science subreddit (our hated nemesis, we will fight to the death)
- /r/dip: Image processing
- /r/tinycode: Cool algorithms, tiny implementations.
Other online communities:
- CS Theory Stack Exchange
- Computer Science Stack Exchange
- MetaOptimize: Machine Learning
- Lambda the Ultimate: Programming Languages
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Anything relevant towards advancing the future invention of computer systems mimicking biological cognition. Particularly, the paper of Papers outlining the methods of neuronal processes that cause a collection of neurons to bring forth "that thing in the back of your eyes" when you awaken in the morning.
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Welcome to r/computergraphics.
This subreddit is open to discussion of anything related to computer graphics or digital art.
Computer Graphics FAQ
Anything related to CG is welcome.
If you submit your own work, please be ready to receive critiques.
If you submit other peoples work, please give credit.
For more information about posting to our subreddit, read the r/computergraphics FAQ
Here are subreddits dedicated to specific fields:
Questions about specific software. We'd love to help, and please feel free to ask, but these software specific communities may be able to provide you with more in-depth answers.
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News on interactive fiction, TADS, Inform and other related stuff. We're not strict on content - if it's vaguely IF-related, go ahead and submit! (this includes games and visual novels.) The votes shall decide which content is the strongest.
Have a link suggestion? Send me a message and I'll take a look!
- Don't be an ass!
- Respect reddiquette.
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Welcome to /r/OpenDirectories
Unprotected directories of pics, vids, music, software and otherwise interesting files.
- Adult content must be labeled [NSFW]
- Requests for anything other than technical advice are not permitted.
- If a directory is found to contain personal information, child pornography (including animated CP aka lolicon), or any other questionable content. The link will be removed at the moderators' discretion.
NOTE All users should be wary of any open directory or torrent of porn, as well as be familiar of the local and national laws regarding porn in their location.
How to Threads:
3,430 subscribers a community for 5 years, 7 monthslast post 1 day ago [+]
A subreddit for anything related to Sins of a Solar Empire.
Must-Read Guides for Beginners:
86,478 subscribers a community for 8 years, 1 monthlast post 25 days ago [+]
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