My dream job is to be a software engineer at a technology startup. Good pay, awesome people, flexible hours, and interesting work. It's maybe not as romantic as being a writer or professor or something, but the people make it worth it. There's nothing I love more than being around interesting...
Ran Ubuntu for four years, switched to Debian about three years ago now. It's been an absolute blast, Debian is really a nice distro. I especially like the sheer number of packages that are in the main repos, instead of in some shady launchpad project.
What it sounds like is the TV is turning off the "capture" device--what's receiving the signal on the display cable from your graphics card--causing your GPU to think the cable has been completely removed and thus everything flips out.
It might be possible to solve this through settings on the...
Asus z87 expert
16gb Mushkin DDR3 1600
Xigmatek dark knight II
EVGA GTX 780 Superclocked ACX
Two WD Blue and one WD Green terabyte drives
Two cheep hannspree 1080p displays
Debian Jessie for most things and Windows 8.1 for games/things that need windows
Your best bet is to reset the router using the small reset button usually located on the back or bottom of the router.
There are a lot of different things that need to happen correctly to be able to access the internet over WiFi, so there are a lot of different things that could have screwed...