You pay AT&T to rape you. The NSA does it for free.
You pay AT&T to rape you. The NSA does it for free.
very few built the bit coin mining network. it was all just hackers throwing cpu power at it. however it is to the point where it is no longer cost effective to throw CPU power at it as the # of coins you get is worth less than the power to run them.
The problem of bit coin isn't whether or not it is useful but of it breaking down.
There are 44 quadrillion potential bit coins(21 million to the 8th power), but at the rate at which they are being permanently lost is just as staggering. every time someone loses 1 coin due to a lost password, bad hard drive etc, you really lose 8 potential coins. Real world currencies don't have to deal with "bit rot" (pun unintentional) You lose the combo to a physical vault there are other ways of opening it. even if the physical cash is destroyed you can always print more to replace.
Once a bit coin is gone. it is gone forever. Lastly we are already having to do transactions in milibits. what do we call
Ah so just like Microsoft points?
that's just installation.
What about ongoing data fees?
your cell phone costs $500.
You monthly data plan costs $100 a month. Satellite communications is far more expensive than a simple cell service.
Exactly. You can see it all the time at restaurants. Take a group of men and an equal sized group of women.
At the end of the night the women will separate out each drink good item and try to figure out a way for each to pay their own share. This takes a long time and is seldom right.
The guys throw a bunch of money in the center of the table and see if it adds up close to the bill and leaves it. This is faster but sometimes you end up over paying by a lot.
Which supreme court?
New York City Supreme Court,
New York State Supreme Court,
and that is just one city and one state. we have 50 more states and a lot of cities duplicating names.
My personal favorite. is 3 local towns 3 zip codes . Each town has a Winter Street. All three Winter Streets are within 5 miles of each other and don't even come close to touching in any way shape or form.
Talk about annoying.
Right hows your VHS collection going then? VHS tapes were still sold often only 10 years ago.
The problem is never if you have the 8mm, 8-track, vinyl, cassette, minidisk, etc.
The problem is if you still have a functioning player for such thing.
There are original Wax cylinders created by Thomas Edison. There wasn't a player for them for 80 years. until someone custom made one at great expense.
digital copy only means you at least get to keep a functioning player as well. By using smart backups and doing so often enough. along with upgrading storage media, and VM's as needed you can play your stuff for at least your lifetime.
This is it exactly. Up until the 1990's we really didn't have bandwidth and control systems that could really do something like drive a tank remotely.
Look at it this way up the until the 1980's In order to course correct a missile or torpedo after it had fired that weapon had to trail a wire all the way behind.
Digital remote control took a long time coming, only in the last 20 years has it taken off. Still there is not enough battlefield bandwidth for a column of tanks to be remotely operated and be effective.
Let's died at 19 ascended to the throne at age 10. married his sister.
Let's say starting around age 17 he slept with a different woman every week(like Bieber). That is a possible 100 different kids that go unacknowledged.
Of course officially he had two kids that were stillborn. born of incest, and married to your sister will do that.
So he had anywhere from 0-100 kids.
You are also forgetting volume discounts.
I bet NASA doesn't pay the same price for jet fuel as a small private jet does.
So you get volume discount, taxes, handling and profit margins.
So in reality NASA didn't make money from the endeavor but didn't lose it either.
a very long time.
The power suit isn't the issue.
power is the issue. there still isn't a decent way to power the thing without cables.
by all reports that is what happened. Mt god had a fatal flaw in their version of the bit coin processing software. A flaw which could be used to duplicate and then steal bit coins.
The fact is mt gox just shut down with over seven hundred thousand bit coins that may or may not ever be able to be retrieved.
That's why i buy cars built in America, Like Honda, toyota, and Nissan.
You think I am joking. those three companies build more cars in the USA than Ford, GM and Chrylser.
lucky you. time warner in NY charges $50 a month. Comcast in Mass charges $50 a month. Verizon Fios in both charges $50 a month.
In all 4 cases speeds vary and connections lag.(I can't play online games in Massachusetts without significant lag).
only a moron blows $10- 20 billion dollars over a couple of grand.
that is literally being a penny pincher but blowing ten thousand on hookers, and crack.
it doesn't make sense. if Facebook fell for it then they really are on the way out the door.
450 million users, however 400 million plus probably are already active on Facebook.
Facebook spent $16 billion on software, and 50 million users.
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