6 posts • joined 31 Oct 2011
recycling the bitcoins?
From what I understand, the problem was that you could double your withdrawals?
So it's possible someone worked this out, then emptied his MtGox wallet. Then had to put something back in, to be able to do the same hack again..... But it's a crypto currency, so the same coins weren't being recycled - makes your brain hurt.
Not value for money.
While we're complaining about JMJ not being value for money - I'm still annoyed at going to see him a year or so ago at Wembley - he played for just over an hour - not good value.
Now I'm going to have no chance of justifying the expense of going to the next Houston-type concert.
Could someone have a word with Oracle about stuff being included with Java ?
Selectively turn customers off?
What they should do, is conduct a survey of all customers, on Nuclear, Wind, Solar etc, so when there are power shortages in the future (which there will be, until a government makes some unpopular decisions), they can turn off the customers who are anti-Nuclear, anti-French or wherever the remaining power is coming from.
I'd always wondered about something similar (but for rain-water storage rather than a well), but starting with the concrete rings at ground-level, and just digging out inside them, and a little bit under the bottom edge as it slides down. Probably need a larger diameter than used here, and couldn't use a machine......
Would it work - how far down would you get before the rings got stuck?
Great for tonight.....
Looks good, I'll get the kids to test it later, thanks for the codes....(are they multi-use?)
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