it's a lot harder to actually steal money online then people think.
" Comcast threatening to de-prioritize content delivery from websites that don't pay them a fee,"
last i heard...wasn't Nexflix *trying* to pay them a fee for better delivery?
i think its an important distinction. with all the kerfluffle about net neutrality, shouldn't we make sure the players are well identified?
...unless, of course, they ask kinda nicely for it.
then we just hand it over.
my good man...your confusing what's trendy with what's tried and true.
with 15 years C++/OOP/SQL experience under your belt, you would no NONE problems finding a tons of really well paying jobs in your city of choice.
i'd have to argue that 95% of all programmers under the age of 28 would never consider using
fantastic comment...why in the world would you post as AC?
I wonder how much oil and/or coal it takes to create the electricity to charge this bus everyday?
And yes, I know that CA just opened the worlds largest solar farm, but we all know most power on the grid is still carbon-burning.
i think it far far FAR more unlikely that even one monkey exists then Shakespeare's complete works do.
14 billion years is basically infinity, at least to our puny-yet-rather-clever brains.
hahahah i know this is a troll...
God would use tar of course.
oh...and the idea that someone might have been throwing the daily blockchain into a git repos probably never occurred to anyone, not even developers or exchange makers or government agencies whose job it is to track everyfuckingthing we do on the net.
like you said...
"Tokyo police are now scratching their heads. "The National Police Agency seems to lack the ability to analyze the bitcoin trading history of Mt. Gox," a government official told a source probing the investigation."
that's not a bug, it a feature.
move over "X is the year for linux on the desktop"...we have a new contender.
2014 is the year for medicine on the genome.
obviously, the dark matter came from Uranus
"While there are now for the first time over a billion smartphones in use around the world -- a staggering number -- Ericsson estimates that there's an astonishing 4.5 billion people who own mobile phones. For those who paid attention in math class, that's 4.5 times as many."
firstly, the ratio is hardly needed to make the point...pretty sure everyone knows that 4.5 billion is alot more then 1 billion.
plus, i think the pointless math lesson would probably be more necessary for those who *didn't* pay attention in math class.
like an early poster mentioned...the author of this article is suspect.