There won't be any left in thirty years.
And it's not even using them properly. You can transliterate English into Tengwar script pretty well (though you have to decide whether to go with phonetic or English spelling), but whatever happened to this text makes it just a bunch of random letters that can't be pronounced.
(And if this kind of griping sounds overly nerdy, keep in mind they're the ones who decided to model the climate of Middle-Earth.
... that's not even badly transliterated. Without even looking at it closely, you can tell the entire text lacks vowel diacritics. They probably selected the text and changed the font, which works about as well with Tengwar as it would with Arabic or Hebrew.
That people who drive may provide more useful directions to drivers than people who cycle; and vice versa.
Now I'm kind of worried what is wrong with it. This is the chamber that wanted to bankrupt the country in order to block healthcare reform.
Of course, maybe it just had a rider that killed ACORN another few hundred times.
Because accepting a wifi connection without authenticating its source is totally not a vulnerability.
In other news, you could own every single computer connected to the internet, without using any security vulnerabilities, as long as it runs an ssh server without a root password.
Yeah, forgot to mention that the price of BTC is currently hovering near 1000 (it peaked near 1200 over the weekend) USD per bitcoin, and gold is just above 1200 USD per ounce. I suspect this is the comparison the summary (arbitrarily) picked when it called bitcoin "as valuable" as gold.
Pretty sure that however many electrons it takes to encode it, Bitcoin's price by mass is a few orders of magnitude more than gold.
Of course, 1 BTC is roughly 9E-8 of the overall supply (4.8E-9 of the theoretical cap); one ounce of gold is about 1.81E-10 (assuming 171,300 tons of gold in total). As a fraction of world supply, that makes gold still about 1000 times more valuable than BTC.
Huh... that'd be technically possible, but if I understand you right then the time would only be another numerical password. Someone who knows the correct time could easily spoof it.
How would that even work? Is there a central server that keeps the data and decides what time it is? That sure sounds safe.
Interpretation-wise, both numbers are way too low, and the industry needs to put in an active, collective effort at increasing them.
Statistically, that's a weird margin. Both surveys seem to have fairly sample sizes. How do they manage to differ by 10 percentage points - nearly as much as the smaller number?
aka Patent Troll Capital.
Surely Newegg is going to appeal this idiocy?
He might have been arrested, but how is the court going to prove he intended to put drugs there?
That's pretty much impossible to get into now (as a new editor), because you're either banned for being too sane to pass ideological purity, or banned for being so insane you're mistaken for a troll.