They are not empty.
Do the LAWS of the United States of America recognize the entity by the name of "BITCOIN" ?
No, just like how they don't recognise an entity by the name of "Google". Absurdly, they still claim Google has to follow the law!
Probably because APNG has blending for sub-frames while WebP doesn't. For single-frame images, WebP is going to win. I wonder if they will change their minds and add that at some point.
You are confusing it with VP8.
And Chrome supports animated WebP files, which can do the same things as APNG, and more on top, such as lossy animated images. It also compresses better in lossless mode than PNG.
Well, neither is h.265 at the moment, nor is it even supported at all in any browser, so for once VP9 does have the advantage there.
this objection has been pretty thoroughly debunked...
Debunked in the traditional bitcoiner way, yes: Handwaved away, ignored, and claimed to be debunked.
It is probably still far cheaper than the old-fashioned way of doing things
As we see here. Claim it is "far cheaper than the old-fashioned way", ignore that the old-fashioned way is handling many orders of magnitude more transactions, and pretend bitcoin wouldn't need to scale up dramatically to handle the same.
where they end up is ?????
Parking lots, appartently:
Ok, that wasn't an industrial cobalt-60 source, but still.
Oh man please be the same and we're the only ones who haven't...
Yes, let's accept despicable behaviour to make ourselves look jaded and cool on the internet. That is a great solution to all problems!
That one doesn't have any GPIOs or micocontroller buses. Completely useless for the kinds of things this board is meant for.
I can just about guarantee that if you knew how genuine fish sauce was made, you wouldn't put it in your mouth.
No, I am not such a little wimp that it would bother me. I know very well that many, many of the foods I eat are made through very disgusting processes.
Does it taste good? Is there any chance of it making me ill? If the answers are yes and no, why should I care about how it is made?
You haven't tried puncturing a charged lithium battery, have you?
Of course Slashdot'll never report it, cause they're in Apple's pocket.
The surest sign that a person has gone way, way off the deep end.