it is widely known that most humans have an attention span of between 10 to 20 minutes
It may be widely believed, but it's not true for people studying a topic that interests them. In this case their attention span is limited by hunger and/or bladder-capacity.
The oft-quoted 10 minute attention span is applicable to paying attention to material that doesn't interest the subject.
Why would you bother to pay back millions of dollars when you could just disappear into the digital ether?
I'm just guessing, but I'd have thought that ripping off certain users of Silk Road could be extremely bad for your health.
But OpenBSD has been the source of lots of innovation and improvements in BSD and Unix in general over the years, and in preparation for his two BSDCan tutorials, Peter Hansteen asks, What do you want to learn about OpenBSD 5.5 (and possibly future directions)?"
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