As we have seen, keeping any amount of money at an exchange's account is a recipe for disaster. They can still be used, but only if you take care to move your money out of it as soon as possible.
You are also not using AdBlock.
Me too, though I usually install SeaMonkey and/or FileZilla first, just so I can download Total Commander properly.
I wish I had more mod-up points.
I've spent the last few years building up an immunity to iocaine powder.
Neural networks aren't exactly new...
'We've got a lot of rethinking to do,' concludes Friedman
Sounds like hard work. Can't we get a computer to do it?
Probably, yes. But it will be hard to make sure it's done right.
I envision a distributed hash table, where URLs are keys and comments are values. Uncensorable, pseudonymous comments for every webpage ever. Nice, eh?
Hehe. Anyway, no software means the Tesla Vampire problem wouldn't occur at all, which is a good Thing, I guess.
This is what that happens when owners of Things can't change the software running on them.
Looks SCIMP does not prevent an attacker from seeing when, to/from whom, and how much is beeing sent. I2P-Bote seems a lot better.
Perhaps the pushing effect of solar radiation and solar wind keeps it from falling into the star.
Looks like the old question finally gets an answer.