And suddenly cash is illegal! Why? Because they can't tax every cash transaction. Now paying a kid 5 bucks to cut your lawn would be tax evasion.
Doubly funny since it was sent in the future when it was released.
One API to rule them all, One API to find them, One API to bring them all, And in the darkness bind them.
If correlation were causation, then that would mean that good reviews cause piracy. Which also would mean they found the root of their piracy problems. The easiest fix would be to get bad reviews. To do this just make really bad games. And BAM people will stop pirating them.
Octopus are also very intelligent quiet possible more so then birds.
I always take such finds with a grain of salt. Especially when there are a number of theories that are competing with it. First off there is a large margin of error in the K-T boundary. Second it was an asteroid may have *GASP* moved a lot of dirt, and possibly brought things closer to the surface.
They can't prove may name is not really "Scroty McBuger Balls"
And in doing so they have brought far more public attention to wikileaks. Yay for them. If they really wanted to discredited wikileaks they should "leak" a bunch of bad info, wait a year they reveal the information to be false. Then just call all the content of the site into question.
If so many a Indian salesmen will be video bombed with penis's.
"Bitcoin," says the project's website, "is a peer-to-peer currency. Peer-to-peer means that no central authority issues new money or tracks transactions." Wikipedia offers a readable explanation of the underlying technology. In (very) short, Bitcoin uses a distributed database and public key encryption to allow users to reassign ownership of units of Bitcoin currency (BTC), and does so in a way that can keep the user's identity private. Bitcoin isn't yet accepted the way credit cards are, but it's more than theoretical. You can buy (some) things with Bitcoin, and trade the currency itself. Now, you can ask question about Bitcoin of Amir Taaki, a developer of client interfaces and stock trading software for Bitcoin, and owner and operator of trading exchange Britcoin.co.uk. Amir requests that questions focus not "so much on the mining (too many people get focused on that when it's a minor aspect of Bitcoin) nor simple technical questions (people can go find that info themselves on Wikipedia/the forums/sourcecode)," but rather on the harder-to-answer questions. Reading some of the related stories listed below may give you ideas on what those are. Standard Slashdot Interview rules apply: ask as many questions as you want, but please keep them to one per comment. Amir will get back with his answers.
Bitcoin is still a young "currency" and there are relatively few buyers and sellers. This level of volatility is to be expected. Chances are good it will stabilize, and climb back up in value. Then this will happen all over again. Eventually that will stop happening but it's going to be awhile.
Theft, destruction of private property, destruction of evidence, assault, and I'm probably missing a few.
Well a cab back and forth would cost good portion of my paycheck(About 60%) they aren't cheap. Either that or I could for walk for 4 hours one way... There are no subways here. Not driving is normally only an option if you live in a city.
Title says it all.
Probably looting the houses of those who disappeared. After all they won't be needing the stuff.