- Put Bitcoin savings in a wallet.
- Print paper wallets.
- Destroy all other forms of the wallet.
- Store paper wallets in a safety deposit box
Do I win?
Do I win?
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Right click the start button.
Go to Skins.
Select Windows Aero.
If you want to get fancy, mess with all the other settings too. It's free. I love the level of customization I can reach on my Start Menu. I haven't seen Metro in months and I've been using Windows 8 (now 8.1) for over half a year roughly.
I don't understand the hate for Windows 8 because of this (without it, it's terrible for a Desktop experience).
That depends on a lot of things.
If it's basic courses, I think the point is to just learn what you are supposed to learn. If it's easy, it's easy and the point isn't to differentiate between the elite and the median.
Whereas, if it's complicated technical course work, such as the more advanced classes at a university (3rd and 4th year classes and beyond, generally speaking), then that becomes the point.
The problem is more so that we lump them together.
They've gotten IBM and PARC to design nanomachines to destroy the eletronics on command. Because I doubt there are very many other "feasible" ways to do that.
Maybe once they are done designing them, we can sneak some into Slashdot Beta. Because that'd only be an improvement. But it's not hard to improve on crap. Especially steaming piles of crap.
Maybe that's what we need. Something far far worse. So that maybe, just maybe, people will actually try to fix the problem. Don't get me wrong. People are trying. But apparently not enough of them are. Or they aren't trying hard enough. Or they don't understand the problem. Or they don't really care. (I'm sure it's a mix of all that.)
Something needs to change. Sometimes the only way to get that to happen is for things to get worse.
He spreads out the northern [skies] over empty space; he suspends the earth over nothing."
Sounds like space to me.
He wraps up the waters in his clouds, yet the clouds do not burst under their weight"
Water (and rain) comes from clouds you say? You mean it isn't the "seed" of Yahweh? (a commonly held belief of the time both for Yahweh and Baal)
He draws up the drops of water, which distill as rain to the streams; the clouds pour down their moisture and abundant showers fall on mankind"
What appears to be a very basic description of the hydrologic cycle.
Have you entered into the springs of the sea or walked in the recesses (valleys) of the deep?"
As opposed to the popular belief of the approximate time that the bottom of the oceans and seas were saucer shaped.
Canst thou bind the sweet influences of Pleiades, or loose the bands of Orion? Canst thou bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or canst thou guide Arcturus with his sons?"
Orion's belt is made up of stars heading in different directions. It won't be there forever. While at the same time, to the naked eye, Arcturus looks like a bright star. Whereas, when viewed through a telescope, it is seen that it is a great multitude of stars all heading in the same direction (all relative to earth at least).
I understand hindsight is 20/20, but there should be a decaying factor to that as more and more of this comes up. And things like this come up in other books too. Most of it is building upon these verses or quoting them, but still.
Then can I ask how you respond to Job?
I mean, I don't understand the Catholic church in that at all. Job says a great many number of astrological things that turn out to be true. Mind you, they use imagery for it, but to say it's a stretch to interpret it that way would be a lie imo.
He (whoever wrote it), basically said the world is a circle on the surface of nothing, or in imagery terms, "a compass on the surface of the deep" where deep is usually void or "nothingness". And that's one of the oldest books of the Bible (circa 3000-1500 B.C.).
The Catholics have always been weird.
I feel that would completely and utterly defeat the purpose.
What I mean is, in terms of the supernatural, or "that which is beyond our reality", if the "Very True Religion" were verifiable by Science, then it wouldn't be the Very True Religion by default.
Science is the study of our reality and how it works. The "Very True Religion" being verifiable would make it within the bounds of our reality and therefore it wouldn't satisfy the requirement of asking what is beyond it.
Because there is no way to produce evidence and successfully test a hypothesis about something beyond our reality if it truly is beyond it.
As many other users have mentioned, the line that you draw to decide what you will and will not kill/eat is pretty much arbitrary.
I am in their camp. I don't understand why this is news, or why it was written in such a way as to paint the Japanese Fisherman as evil. Again, as other users have mentioned, we eat pigs, which is considered intelligent as well (albeit not as intelligent as Dolphins).
What is going to have every nutrient and vitamin you need to survive? Other mammals, like you. Obviously torturing them for no reason would be inhumane, but a line has to be drawn somewhere. Eat them. But try not to make them suffer without reason. That's my thinking anyway.
Bitcoin (and other cryptocurrency) is essentially a stock (probably a better term for it, but it's very similar).
What gives value to the stock is people's interest in it. Investment. The difference between Bitcoin and stocks for companies is that companies can turn profit. However, you could think of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as an investment by the people of the internet (and other organizations) in a special currency specifically for the internet. How mining would play into that, I don't know.
I'm just saying. It has value because people say it does. The same reason USD has value. So no, I would say it is not something for nothing. If you have such a problem with BTC, I would say you should have the same problem with the stock market in general. It's basically getting something for nothing (I invest. I wait. I take profits.)
Sounds like the same issue I faced.
Basically, you have to name them right or Plex won't see them. Follow the naming convention and directory layout on the Media Preparation page.
I assume this is what you mean by "more hours than I'm prepared to spend". This would be true for music, I can easily imagine. However, I personally would use Foobar2000's metadata/tag and file renaming feature to make this much easier for the music side of things. Here is a video on how to set that up. Shouldn't take more than an hour to rename them all and clean up the ones that don't work (rarely, if ever, happens).
I'm not sure on how to make the movie renaming easier, but I imagine you have far fewer of those and it wouldn't take hours to do.
Thank you very much for that answer. Apparently I've been babied by every commenting and forum system I've ever been on. I completely forgot to even try tags.
Ten times as much? You get CFL's for $0.40? Epic. Wish I lived where you did. Still fitting my house with them. It kind of adds up when you have 50 bulbs, but that should just make people realize how much energy they are wasting with that many bulbs to begin with.
"No problem is so formidable that you can't walk away from it." -- C. Schulz