The FCC could have, or a radio advertising network could have same info. Someone with access to that info could make the page. Whether that WOULD happen is another matter.
You should be able to edit it, but WP requires that change to have a 3rd party source, which frankly is a bit ridiculous, but I can totally understand why the rule is there.
Since when does Google define anything? It's a search engine.
Check out their whitepaper, it's a very interesting read: http://images.apple.com/ipad/b...
ESR = Eric Steven Raymond the third. I'm kidding about the the third bit.
Damnit. I knew ternary logic was a lie!
When I put the sentence "the code running the sight was a mess" in MS Word, it does not show up as spelling error.
Because none of those words is spelled incorrectly?
Maya was a ground up replacement for PowerAnimator, which had gotten rather bloated and kludgy compared to SoftImage (at the time).
Or as we Alias people used to call it, Soft Fromage
Because it's now public that he's sitting on nearly half a billion dollars somewhere.
He's not sitting on anything but 800,000 internet fun bucks until he cashes them into real money.
b) Why did a Japanese citizen work on classified US military projects
Yeah! Like all those damn Germans working on the A-bomb! Who the hell let THEM in?!
*I RUN FIREFOX ON MY MAC*
Try running it on you iPad.
Nice goalpost moving.
I also wonder what the daily losses due to credit card theft amount to?
Very little, as a percentage of total credit card transactions.
The coders behind these exchanges don't know that having a negative balance in an account is a bad thing.
It offers a seamless way to wire funds across borders without a money transmitter taking a big cut.
You have to pay a transaction fee or it won't go through the blockchain. Plus multiple confirmations are needed to ensure that it did in fact go through. Your recipient will also have to pay a cut when they want to turn it back into real money.
The Bitcoin protocol as it exists today is absolutely terrible.
Fiat money works only as long as there remains confidence in the issuing agency. If you don't trust the government to back up its currency, its currency is so much paper, and it doesn't even make good asswipe. Want to get rid of a competing currency? Undermine confidence in it, it'll go away. We're seeing that with Bitcoin. Whether it's by 'criminal activity' or government design is immaterial; confidence in Bitcoin is gone.
BitCoin is a fiat currency by definition.
It's their money, they can do what they want with it. Plain and simple.
"The man behind that company should be put behind bars."
No, he shouldn't.