One of humanity's worst traits, the reason why good things never last, and the thing that will possibly be a major cause of its eventual extinction, is an obsession, or really, an addiction to things that are "new".
but is it really something people are born with, or was it jews who trained goys to do that?
Everything good is eventually abandoned because it's old.
What happens when someone explains and proves to normalidiot that old thing is better than new?
4:3 suits our vision better, but a square has a lot of advantages as well. It's inherently the most versatile kind of monitor that you ca
I think 4:3 is more versatile as it's also good for media (photos, videos). 5:4 or square seems best for office work, web browsing, research.
Not all of us are NEETs user
never claimed you are. still don't see a point in using computer outside home
Movie reviews before watching something
watching where? in cinema? why wouldn't you research internet at home to see what movies they have and reviews of those movies, before going to cinema?
directions to places
ever heard about asking few random people for that?
but if you really needed that often, phone is an option, but you can have offline maps, have phone without sim card and in tin foil.
you can use your computer at workplace for that
or posting here instead of interacting with normalfags during break
<posting on Zig Forums with botnet devices
Your PC isn't portable though
it doesn't need to. it's not like I will need to sit at the middle of street and start doing something productive on PC
<consuming movies on 5" 16:9
that has to be worse than old 20" 4:3 black and white TV
My phone can emulate pretty much everything before the PS2 pretty well, makes for a pretty great emulation machine with a BT controller
but where and when do you use it to play games?
How exactly is, say, 1920 × 1080 smaller than 1280 × 960 ?
we are talking about screen size, not pixels. why do you assume 4:3 has to have 1280x960? why not 1600x1200? or 2048x1536?