Initially The KLF's earnings were to be distributed by way of a fund for struggling artists managed by the K Foundation, Drummond and Cauty's new post-KLF art project, but, said Drummond, "We realised that struggling artists are meant to struggle, that's the whole point." Instead the duo decided to create art with the money.
The problem is that you have to trust everyone connected to the torrent not to allow an outside party to connect and gather the IPs of everyone sharing the torrent. Don't forget that the main advantage of this plan, multiple back-ups, only works with a large number of participants in the torrent which raises the exposure...
I can only see this working if it reaches critical mass, otherwise the early adopters face some pretty serious investigation...
The three bins are for:
1. All plastics and metals
3. 'General' refuse
Everything in bin 1 is sorted at the recycling centre and recycled where appropriate*.
Everything in bin 2 is recycled in theory, although I wouldn't be surprised if some of it is incinerated.
Everything in bin 3 is mostly land-fill or incinerated if possible.
* As far as sorting goes I believe it works roughly like this:
a. Everything is shredded and then washed. During the washing process the plastic floats and is skimmed off.
b. The metal is sorted into ferrous/non-ferrous using magnets.
c. Plastics are ground down into smaller particles and then sorted, granule by granule, using x-ray or infra-red sensing. Plastics that fail testing and/or aren't a recyclable resin type are incinerated.
Or otherwise healthy people can use the pills to maintain the benefits of exercise while recovering from an injury
I wonder how long before 'athletes' are using this?
After all, if you can get Zuckerberg access to Facebook you could probably fix a few things for them...
They have often had the site compromised by viruses and malware. Regularly accepting advertisements from places that have literally nothing but trojan horses, scam anti-virus, and other malware.
Citation needed! Not saying you're wrong, just that it's news to me and I'd like to know more about it.
It's tough to say "look at the free exposure that Game of Thrones gets on the TPB" when literally everyone has heard of the show.
I'd never heard of Under The Dome until yesterday when I heard about CBS's SNAFU, but then I'm not living in the USA.
When you make comments about TPB please remember it's an INTERNATIONAL website for people ALL OVER THE WORLD!!! If CBS (and the rest) want to go by their out-dated business model that relies on the control of media internationally then they're always going to be flogging a dead horse. News spreads about TV series and movies across the globe more quickly than they are prepared to release it which is their mistake and will cost them.
If I want to spend €150+ per head I can eat at a two Michelin star restaurant*. The difference between that and a 'three star' restaurant depends mostly on interpretation of the 'stars' and demand/availability in that location.
don't lose sight of the fact that the US adds massive value to the global economy
Given current political alliances you're right of course but then again maybe this will be the straw that breaks the camels back and makes the rest of the world look into other options?
At the end of the day you don't want to piss off the rest of the world if you rely on imports.