You borrow someone's bitcoins... say 1,000 of them. Sell them high, expecting them to fall. You sell them for 500 Each so you have 500,000 dollars. Wait for them to fall in price. Then buy back the 1,000 bitcoins at 200.00 each and spend 200,000 dollars. Return the 1,000 bitcoins back to the original owner and pocket the 300,000 Profit.
5 will get you 10 on that bet. Does it hear kids? How about a bird/cat/other pet? Does it hear a baby crying?
If anyone at my work dares to use this and start disrupting everyone else, all you need to do is run up to their mic and say " OK Google, Search Images for Donkey Penis, Open First 100 links" After the 3rd time, they might get the hint.
Yes. I use UPnP almost exclusively. And I don't play Media right from the nas, I have a PS3 Media Center setup to convert any video on the fly as it plays. And I don't pirate movies so I don't worry about Cinavia....
I used my ps3 for media as well as occasional gaming. PS4 lack of streaming media support that does not originate from Sony's pay sites is a real minus for me. At least with the ps4 released, I can snap up used PS3 for media consoles in the bedrooms now.
Problem with PGP/GPG is that the tech concept is beyond many end users. If a solution is not easily adopted by the noobish masses, it will never gain a foothold.
Three Cheers for the Unregulated, Free Market...... hip hip
.... (*WHIP*) Get back to work!!!
I would mod you up for that reference if I had points left.
So If google allows people to search for torrents, we should send a summary request to google's registrar to redirect all of google's traffic to a site of our choosing.... hmmmm.
Because no one get's to abuse Federal Wiretap laws unless you are the Feds.
..... then it's okay.... think of the children
Star Gazer is the closest thing to this in the US. http://www.jackstargazer.com/ I grew up watching this show back in the 80's. IIRC, the little 5 minute segment would air between Sesame Street and Dr. Who on PBS in Florida. Don't know if that was true in other markets. And it's still shown today. It's what helped spark my interest in astronomy,
If the entire encryption mechanism is stored in the 'bundle' it will be cracked. If the 'bundle' must phone-home to validate payment or something similiar, it will be cracked by the crackers, it will be abandoned by the normal public who don't want to have an 'always on' connection to listen to music. Back in the early 90's I would download these single level demos of games to 'try'. Looks like we've come full circle.
Facebook wants to index your credit card transactions for you..... Please fill in your online banking passwords. You can trust them with your data you know....
>Yeah. Duck season.
Problem there is even if the current government doesn't allow 3rd party access to the DNA database, would the next congress/administration share the same vision? How long until someone decides its ok for 3rd party researchers to access the data for 'medical study'? How long until the massive lobbying dollars start flowing in from insurance companies in order to 'change opinions' to help ins companies better manage risk? And so on and so on. Welcome to Gattica.