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The Ark Team’s Vision

Hey, everyone. We know there has been a lot of FUD and confusion over what exactly the Ark Team's vision for the project is and where their priorities lie. We, the founders of the biz_classic delegate, spoke to Grexx, a co-founder and advisor, and wrote a summary of our discussion over the future of Ark. This should hopefully address a lot of issues that have been raised here over the past few months.
“There is a vision. We just need everyone to know what we know.”
The Three Components
Component 1: The core network, aka the Ark mainchain, which will be used as the main blockchain through which other blockchains will communicate; this is the backbone of the Ark Ecosystem. The Ark token will also be the basic currency within this ecosystem, much like Ether is the basic currency within the Ethereum ecosystem.
Component 2: ArkVM on push-button-deployed blockchains. The ArkVM will not be on the Ark mainchain as to not bloat it up (see: cryptokitties and popular ERC20 ICOs). ArkVM enabled chains can be used to create applications and services that can be used by users in other Ark-connected blockchains in the ecosystem. This sandboxes popular dApps into their own blockchain to not adversely affect other projects in the ecosystem. While these self-contained chains running their own dApps are sandboxed, they can interact with the outside world by bridging to the Ark mainchain. Holders of Ark, or other Ark-forked coins, will be able to trigger smart contracts on different connected blockchains using the Smartbridge.
Component 3: Point. Click. Blockchain. To create an active ecosystem of connected blockchains, the team is working on making blockchains easily deployable and manageable. The team started by wanting to create their own “blockchain network” that would all be connected through a central technology and all use one token. Their goal is still to build that and to make it available for everyone, everywhere with very minimal programming knowledge. Once the first two components are complete (Core v2 and ArkVM), the team’s energy will be focused on creating a user-friendly system for deploying blockchains.
“Consider Ark an easily deployable DPoS-based Ethereum that anyone can launch in minutes with the ability to interconnect applications and services using the Ark Mainchain to process these cross-chain payments -- all without bloat”
“The goal is still to create bridges to ETH, BTC, etc. but that is more of a bi-product of the core platform we are building.”
Features of the Ark Ecosystem:
Beginnings of the Ark Ecosystem
PR and Marketing
The team is working on solidifying their message and vision into proper marketing materials and presentations.
Author’s note: I’ve noticed a difference between their old and new marketing materials. While older materials like the ones in their Bitcointalk thread focused on the Smartbridge and interoperability, the newer ones (like the official YouTube videos) all say “Point. Click. Blockchain” instead which supports the grand vision of creating an ecosystem of easily deployable and customizable blockchains. Creating the ecosystem will require interoperability via the Smartbridge, of course, but the main focus seems to be making these deployed chains interoperable instead of connecting existing chains like Ethereum, Bitcoin, etc. Of course, that doesn’t mean the community can’t step in and provide that interoperability. See: ACES
The team is also focusing on hackathons to get the Ark brand and blockchain technology out to young budding developers that may one day deploy and build chains for the ecosystem. They’re playing the long game here.
Development
The Ark team is currently working with several contracted development teams to help implement and bring together each component. The development team is definitely larger than just the Ark Core developer, Fx (Francois-Thoorens), and the handful of community hires. According to Fx, there is currently a contracted development team assisting in building the ArkVM.
IoT and Smartcards
A common community concern is that the whitepaper lists too much and the team is trying to do too many things at once. Ark was created because the team all wanted to build their own blockchain projects but their projects would all be isolated and incompatible. Hardware (IoT) and Smartcards are projects team members wanted to work on which is why they were included in the whitepaper. A lot of these will be secondary projects once the core platform is complete and team members will transition to working on them as projects within the ecosystem. For now, the team is focused on building a stable mainchain (Ark Core v2) and the ecosystem (Pushbutton deployable chains + ArkVM).
Technical Details & Value of Ark Coins
The "Smartbridge" (aka Vendorfield) is just a text field that's bundled with every transaction. It is not a technology in and of itself. The value of that text field comes from the technology that's built on top of it such as ACES or the deployed chains using that field to send messages across blockchains.
Delegates in the deployed chains will also be running Ark Nodes in addition to the nodes for their own blockchain. This means every deployed chain's delegates will also have their own Ark address and will require a stash of Ark coins to facilitate communication with the ecosystem. There is incentive to be a part of the Ark Ecosystem (and incentive to buy/hold Ark) due to the services that will exist within it.
The team is improving their communication with the community. This summary is proof of that by engaging with one of the largest community delegates (biz_classic). If there are any further questions regarding the project please ask them and the biz_classic delegate will forward them to Grexx and other team members.
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The Ark Team's Vision

Hey, everyone. We spoke to Grexx, a co-founder and advisor of Ark, and wrote a summary of our discussion over the future of the project. This should hopefully answer a lot of questions and address some concerns people have raised.
“There is a vision. We just need everyone to know what we know.”
The Three Components
Component 1: The core network, aka the Ark mainchain, which will be used as the main blockchain through which other blockchains will communicate; this is the backbone of the Ark Ecosystem. The Ark token will also be the basic currency within this ecosystem, much like Ether is the basic currency within the Ethereum ecosystem.
Component 2: ArkVM on push-button-deployed blockchains. The ArkVM will not be on the Ark mainchain as to not bloat it up (see: cryptokitties and popular ERC20 ICOs). ArkVM enabled chains can be used to create applications and services that can be used by users in other Ark-connected blockchains in the ecosystem. This sandboxes popular dApps into their own blockchain to not adversely affect other projects in the ecosystem. While these self-contained chains running their own dApps are sandboxed, they can interact with the outside world by bridging to the Ark mainchain. Holders of Ark, or other Ark-forked coins, will be able to trigger smart contracts on different connected blockchains using the Smartbridge.
Component 3: Point. Click. Blockchain. To create an active ecosystem of connected blockchains, the team is working on making blockchains easily deployable and manageable. The team started by wanting to create their own “blockchain network” that would all be connected through a central technology and all use one token. Their goal is still to build that and to make it available for everyone, everywhere with very minimal programming knowledge. Once the first two components are complete (Core v2 and ArkVM), the team’s energy will be focused on creating a user-friendly system for deploying blockchains.
“Consider Ark an easily deployable DPoS-based Ethereum that anyone can launch in minutes with the ability to interconnect applications and services using the Ark Mainchain to process these cross-chain payments -- all without bloat”
“The goal is still to create bridges to ETH, BTC, etc. but that is more of a bi-product of the core platform we are building.”
Features of the Ark Ecosystem:
Beginnings of the Ark Ecosystem
PR and Marketing
The team is working on solidifying their message and vision into proper marketing materials and presentations.
Author’s note: I’ve noticed a difference between their old and new marketing materials. While older materials like the ones in their Bitcointalk thread focused on the Smartbridge and interoperability, the newer ones (like the official YouTube videos) all say “Point. Click. Blockchain” instead which supports the grand vision of creating an ecosystem of easily deployable and customizable blockchains. Creating the ecosystem will require interoperability via the Smartbridge, of course, but the main focus seems to be making these deployed chains interoperable instead of connecting existing chains like Ethereum, Bitcoin, etc. Of course, that doesn’t mean the community can’t step in and provide that interoperability. See: ACES
The team is also focusing on hackathons to get the Ark brand and blockchain technology out to young budding developers that may one day deploy and build chains for the ecosystem. They’re playing the long game here.
Development The Ark team is currently working with several contracted development teams to help implement and bring together each component. The development team is definitely larger than just the Ark Core developer, Fx (Francois-Thoorens), and the handful of community hires. According to Fx, there is currently a contracted development team assisting in building the ArkVM.
IoT and Smartcards A common community concern is that the whitepaper lists too much and the team is trying to do too many things at once. Ark was created because the team all wanted to build their own blockchain projects but their projects would all be isolated and incompatible. Hardware (IoT) and Smartcards are projects team members wanted to work on which is why they were included in the whitepaper. A lot of these will be secondary projects once the core platform is complete and team members will transition to working on them as projects within the ecosystem. For now, the team is focused on building a stable mainchain (Ark Core v2) and the ecosystem (Pushbutton deployable chains + ArkVM).
Technical Details & Value of Ark Coins
The "Smartbridge" (aka Vendorfield) is just a text field that's bundled with every transaction. It is not a technology in and of itself. The value of that text field comes from the technology that's built on top of it such as ACES or the deployed chains using that field to send messages across blockchains.
Delegates in the deployed chains will also be running Ark Nodes in addition to the nodes for their own blockchain. This means every deployed chain's delegates will also have their own Ark address and will require a stash of Ark coins to facilitate communication with the ecosystem. There is incentive to be a part of the Ark Ecosystem (and incentive to buy/hold Ark) due to the services that will exist within it.
The team is improving their communication with the community. This summary is proof of that by engaging with one of the largest community delegates, biz_classic. If there are any further questions regarding the project please ask them and we'll forward them to Grexx and other team members.
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Why I believe we're on the cusp of the 3rd great Bitcoin bubble

We've recovered from the last crash
You might think it's a bit early (based on the time frame for the last recovery), but things are looking a lot different than in 2011. I would suggest its because the last bubble popped prematurely due to Mt. Gox's failure of a trading engine.
Interest in buying Bitcoins has gone up to its highest point since the last bubble.
There's a similar spike in general interest. Partly helped along by the Silk Road news.
The network is being used at the same rate as during the last bubble.
The Bitcoin ATM story (see below) is causing Bitcoin to trend in Canada on Google (was #1 for a bit). The $27 story (see below) will almost certainly cause a large spike worldwide in Google trends once they're updated up to yesterday.
Lots and lots of new businesses now accept Bitcoins
One legitimate criticism of Bitcoin last year was the lack of places to spend them. We basically just had Alpaca Socks, Reddit and Wordpress, we've grown a lot since then!
Charities and others are taking donations
The first Bitcoin I ever spent was to donate to Wikileaks. More and more places are setting up Bitcoin donation buttons, because why not?
The $27 story is going massively viral
I think the attention this story is getting took a lot of us by surprise. We're thinking "of course if you bought Bitcoins in 2009 you're rich" and it didn't make much of a splash. But to the rest of the world it's a very novel and interesting story.
The first Bitcoin ATM has been installed
Easier way for people acquire Bitcoins with cash. Lots of free publicity. More machines are on their way and will generate more and more news.
Institutional money is coming
Afraid with the price at $200 that it will be hard to find enough moms and pops to keep money coming in faster than miners are selling? Don't be, there are individuals out there with a net worth higher than the entire Bitcoin ecosystem.
Interesting new developments
Cool things that didn't exist before the last bubble (as far as I remember).
Governments are explicitly saying it's not illegal
More and more governments are either saying Bitcoins are legitimate currency, or releasing guidelines for exchanges to comply with anti-money-laundering laws.
New generation of exchanges
Mt. Gox's terrible trading engine was a huge factor in the last crash. They couldn't keep up with all the new interest.
This time around there are more exchanges in more countries, and not a single point of liquidity.
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How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

THE UPDATED VERSION OF THIS POST CAN BE FOUND HERE.
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - you can read interviews about them and their experiences on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget or this one (or this one) (or this one).
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. I find Kraken (EUR, KRW, USD) to be the best option for EUR, but you can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
This post is not updated anymore. Check the thread linked at the top of this post for the newest version. The last big edits were on Aug 4 (DogeAPI, Prelude) and Sep 17 (Updates on exchanges and websites) and Oct 22 (Moolah).
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eBTC Merchant Gateway is LIVE!

eBitcoin’s Merchant Gateway is LIVE (From https://medium.com/@eBTCFoundation/ebitcoins-merchant-gateway-is-live-1fb94399937a )
After the exchange integrations, the Merchant & Payment Gateway to accept eBitcoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other top 50 altcoins has finally launched, marking a big turning point for eBitcoin! Up to this point, we actually had very little other than promises to market. Now, we have a SERVICE to advertise. The Merchant Services are now active with plugins for the most common e-commerce solutions like Shopify, Weebly, OpenCart, ECWID & WooCommerce. They also offer simple HTML-based “Buy Now” buttons that can be used on any website, as well as implementation for WordPress and a simple Rest API.
The Merchant Gateway is a joint venture between the eBitcoin Foundation and Cointopay International B.V. As a solution provider for the eBitcoin Foundation, it was important to have the gateway built by a reliable technology partner who also covers the legal aspects since eBitcoin Foundation is decentralized itself without even a physical headquarter.
Since Cointopay has been established in the Cryptomarket since 2014, activating eBitcoin’s Merchant Gateway and Services opens the door to over 3000 existing Merchants and more than 10.000 Customers that can accept eBTC as well as spend eBTC on all kinds of goods. Additionally, customers can buy eBTC with Fiat via IBAN and Payeer.
With a gateway fee of only 1%, we are really looking forward to new merchants and customers using these services, and welcoming the existing ones to use eBTC as their payment solution.
https://merchant.eBitcoin.org
About eBitcoin
The eBitcoin Foundation has a growing team of over 70 people from around the world. With deep backgrounds of old ‘real world’ economy mixed with blockchain, the community as a whole has the same goal: Make Cryptocurrency simple! Creating a sustainable Ecosystem with all types of partners (wallet, merchant gateway, insurance, marketing, security, 3D/VR, etc) that provide fluid access as well as simple and secure ways to store, spend, and use cryptocurrencies such as eBTC; what will ultimately result in mass adoption. For more information, visit www.eBitcoin.org
Telegram (Official Chat): bit.ly/eBtcTele Telegram (News only Channel): bit.ly/eBtcTNews Telegram (Russian Chat): bit.ly/eBtcTeRus Twitter: bit.ly/eBtcTweet Reddit: bit.ly/eBtcReddit Facebook: bit.ly/eBTCFace Medium: bit.ly/eBtcMed GitHub: bit.ly/eBtcGit Bitcointalk: bit.ly/eBtcBIT Coinmarketcap: bit.ly/eBTCCMC
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Australian beef jerky startup partners with bitcoin

Hello,
We would like to introduce ourselves to the community as OCD JERKY, “Premium quality handcrafted beef”. We admire the bitcoin community and would love to be apart of something special. After getting our business close to commercial production, we though it would be a good idea to check in and establish a friendly relationship with the community.
We started this thread to talk about the role bitcoin will play in our business, how we can better ourselves with bitcoin and to get some community feedback. We want to know your thoughts and suggestions on how we can improve our business with bitcoin. It is an amazing technology that will change the world forever. Personally, I am a bitcoin fan that has spent the past couple years obsessed with BTC and anything crypto related.
A bit about us:
We are a small startup located in Perth, Western Australia. Our company is devoted to making premium quality beef jerky. We do not add any artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. Only the finest herbs, spices and sauces are used to flavour prime Aussie beef. Marinated for 24hrs and charcoal filter air dried. The result is a delicious artisan beef snack. It is unlike other products and will become a market leader. The jerky is unique and with a small popular product, it is easy to ship worldwide. Bitcoin will play a central role in our payments allowing us to conduct frictionless cross border transactions. It is our preferred payment method that we can be certain there will be no reversals or associated fraud.
Positive adoption:
Our series 1 packaging (140k units) has the famous B on the back that will be seen by over 140,000 people! Our next batch will contain more information and even refer to an appropriate site, perhaps bitcoin.org. Curious snackers can learn about bitcoin and even find out how to get there hands on some. We have thrown a few ideas around and thought to drop loaded paper wallets in random packaging for lucky people. Its quite an incentive to learn about bitcoin when you have a few in your packet! Were open to ideas and can rapidly adapt our business module to accommodate. The bitcoin community has access to OCD and were listening. What can we do to help?
Integration:
As you know OCD JERKY is crazy about bitcoin and we want to accept btc inside our online store! Right now we don’t know how to do this. Our site is with Squarespace and their integration is some time off. We chose them because they have nice layouts that are simple to use. After building the site, we find we can’t integrate BTC into the cart. For now we decided to set up an OTC thread and manually conduct trades on bitcointalk. It may be inefficient but it is a great opportunity to make some friends and build our reputation.
We need your help! We have looked into the options but can’t find a solution. So far we see a number of approaches that can embed a buy button or form although these options don’t allow users to select multiple items to cart. Go coin, coinbase and bitpay have been investigated but these only allow the single unit buy button as I can see. Did I miss something? Remember that with Squarespace we can’t simply plug-in a shopping cart and add BTC as payment. Stripe BTC is not yet implemented there. They really have made it hard!
We also started building a site with wordpress but found it too difficult. We had to allocate the time back to the production schedule and make do with our current site. I do agree, if we had the skills WP would be optimal design/SEO.
What are your thoughts? Our budget is stretched and we can’t afford a full build -we do have plenty of jerky so tell us your ideas!
The company : Right now we are finalising our jerky super-lab for commercial production. We are building a large control room, wiring machinery, painting, renovating and installing the kitchens. Within 3 months OCD JERKY will be in commercial production. We are currently limited to small batch until the factory is established.
If you want to find out just how good our jerky is, check out our website http://www.ocdjerky.com/ or chase us up on our OTC bitcointalk thread! https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1018933.0
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[Repost] How to accept Dogecoin with your business, and why. A few pointers.

The original version of this post (see here), cannot be replied to anymore because it has been automatically archived. I am reposting it so I can keep updating and receiving questions on it. Enjoy :)
You are a business owner and sell goods or services. You heard about Dogecoin. You wonder how you can use it in your business. This thread is for you.
If you have no idea what Dogecoin is, read up on it here (click). In short, it is a digital currency that is perfect for everyday use. Read on if you want to know why it would be good for your enterprise.
Why should I accept payments in Dogecoin? 
Dogecoin offers you:
Dogecoin can be exchanged to national currencies. You can do this easily by yourself or use the automatic conversion offered by some payment processors (all is explained further down). You can also just keep your Dogecoin and spend it or offer it to your employees! :)
Dogecoin is fun and it gets ever more useful the more people like you use and accept it. There are other merchants who have gone this path before you - not least Amazon's streaming service Twitch.tv. You can read interviews in this magazine and on this blog. You can also talk with other merchants in /dogevendors, check out these testimonials ([1, 2], 3), search this subreddit and post any questions you have right here!
I want to accept donations. What are my options? 
Just download the client and put up the wallet address up on your page with donation info. Done! That's it! If you want something snazzy, check out this widget.
If you need to track who sent you how much money (for goodies and that), you could ask that donators tell you that they're sending you a very specific amount of coins (e.g. 100.424242), and match it to their name. However, this can be abused as your transaction history is public. If you're actually selling stuff, check out the next section instead.
I sell stuff online. What are my options? 
You have a lot! It boils down to one of these:
The last option can be interesting if you don't have your own web store, are selling digital goods and/or are just selling on as a side business. If your business is your main income, handling payment yourself is probably better.
1) Manually processing transactions
All you need for this is a Dogecoin wallet. You simply generate a payment address for each of your customers, send it to them and confirm that your coins arrived at the address. This is super fast to set up and there is absolutely no commitment.
If you just want to try it out before investing a lot of effort, just set up a wallet (either with the Dogecoin desktop client or an online wallet (listed under Browser "here") and let your customers know that they can now pay with Dogecoin. You can use some of these buttons if you wish( 1 2 3 4 5) and browse this asset repository of useful artwork. The graphical interface is still being developed, but you can browse the files and find license information already :)
2) Automatically processing transactions
Check out the section on APIs and payment processors further down!
3) Selling stuff through a 3rd-party site
There are a number of sites that function a lot like eBay, Etsy and Xmart. You enter your products and they handle the payment and web store stuff. This is most convenient if you have digital goods to sell (music, books...) and want to send them out automatically.
If you are an Etsy user who wants to accept Dogecoin, click here.
I sell from a physical store or location. What are my options? 
All you need is an internet connection in your store and a web-capable device, such as a mobile phone, cheap tablet or a nearby PC. On-site, your customers can send you coins using their phone, or you can sell coupons for your goods online in advance.
DogePos is a point-of-sales app that is open source and Koupah announced that they will accept Doge as well. You can use or apply for all of these tools right now! Either way, all you need is a way to 1) convert a USD price into Doge, and to 2) check that the coins have arrived in your wallet.
To check your wallet balance and Doge prices, you can use the app MyDOGE oniPhones and iPads, and this app on Android devices. This is one of many useful price converter websites you can bookmark. Checking your balance on the PC can be done with the wallet client.
If you want to sell your goods or coupons for them online, it might be easiest use a ready-made stores capable of digital distribution. Check point "3)" in the above section for some options.
Dogecoin payment processors, APIs, checkouts 
Currently, the established platforms accepting Dogecoin seem to be these:
I'm trying a tentative summary here to save you some research, but I'd appreciate comments a lot. None of the three have setup or monthly fees (except some optional subscriptions).
GoCoin:
Snapcard:
Coinpayments:
You can probably find people who have used one of these in this thread. This guy volunteered his code for automatic currency conversion and his help setting up the plugin for OpenCart, for example!
If you are tech-inclined, you could run your own payment server with dogecoind and an API like this. This is not yet ready for laypeople though, so don't do that unless you want to get messy.
Exchanging Doge to USD/EUGBP/other national currencies 
If you don't have your payment processor do it for you, at some point you will want to get your Doge converted to your currency of choice, which you should do at an exchange. Keep in mind that you will have to get registered and verified at the exchange, which can take up to a week.
Transfers to and from national currency can take a few days, but trading and transferring digital currencies is very fast and usually near-instant. The following exchanges let you trade your Doge for national currency directly (last updated Sep 17):
If your currency is not listed above, you can either sell your Doge here, or exchange them to Bitcoin and then sell those. You can sell Doge for BTC on all of the exchanges mentioned above, or choose one from this list. To sell BTC for national currency, you can also go to Justcoin or LocalBitcoins. There are many similar sites - just pick the one you like best!
Things get developed incredibly fast and Dogecoin is not even a year old. This will only get easier, so keep checking back! Justcoin is looking to trade Dogecoin to national currency, and others are sure to follow.
Alright! How do I promote my business now that I accept Dogecoin? 
Note that there's a collection of Dogecoin artwork and assets for you to use in this repository, complete with license information so you can design your promotions and website with it.
1) Submit your business to these directories:
2) If you are a brick-and-mortar store, mark your business on these maps [1, 2]. Post if you have problems!
3) Make a promotion post in one of these subreddits:
You will get views, especially if you offer an interesting product or a Doge-related promotion. Hint: the best promotion is to offer a few % off for all Dogecoin purchases. Also post and comment to this just to discuss your plans and ask your questions. Come talk to us here and in /dogevendors, we are a fun community :)
I'm editing and updating this post regularly. The last big edit to this text was in Apr 2015 (new payment processors).
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eBitcoin’s Merchant Gateway is LIVE! "Additionally Customers can buy EBTC with Fiat via IBAN and Payeer"

eBitcoin’s Merchant Gateway is LIVE (From https://medium.com/@eBTCFoundation/ebitcoins-merchant-gateway-is-live-1fb94399937a )
After the exchange integrations, the Merchant & Payment Gateway to accept eBitcoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and other top 50 altcoins has finally launched, marking a big turning point for eBitcoin! Up to this point, we actually had very little other than promises to market. Now, we have a SERVICE to advertise. The Merchant Services are now active with plugins for the most common e-commerce solutions like Shopify, Weebly, OpenCart, ECWID & WooCommerce. They also offer simple HTML-based “Buy Now” buttons that can be used on any website, as well as implementation for WordPress and a simple Rest API.
The Merchant Gateway is a joint venture between the eBitcoin Foundation and Cointopay International B.V. As a solution provider for the eBitcoin Foundation, it was important to have the gateway built by a reliable technology partner who also covers the legal aspects since eBitcoin Foundation is decentralized itself without even a physical headquarter.
Since Cointopay has been established in the Cryptomarket since 2014, activating eBitcoin’s Merchant Gateway and Services opens the door to over 3000 existing Merchants and more than 10.000 Customers that can accept eBTC as well as spend eBTC on all kinds of goods. Additionally, customers can buy eBTC with Fiat via IBAN and Payeer.
With a gateway fee of only 1%, we are really looking forward to new merchants and customers using these services, and welcoming the existing ones to use eBTC as their payment solution.
https://merchant.eBitcoin.org
About eBitcoin
The eBitcoin Foundation has a growing team of over 70 people from around the world. With deep backgrounds of old ‘real world’ economy mixed with blockchain, the community as a whole has the same goal: Make Cryptocurrency simple! Creating a sustainable Ecosystem with all types of partners (wallet, merchant gateway, insurance, marketing, security, 3D/VR, etc) that provide fluid access as well as simple and secure ways to store, spend, and use cryptocurrencies such as eBTC; what will ultimately result in mass adoption. For more information, visit www.eBitcoin.org
Telegram (Official Chat): bit.ly/eBtcTele Telegram (News only Channel): bit.ly/eBtcTNews Telegram (Russian Chat): bit.ly/eBtcTeRus Twitter: bit.ly/eBtcTweet Reddit: bit.ly/eBtcReddit Facebook: bit.ly/eBTCFace Medium: bit.ly/eBtcMed GitHub: bit.ly/eBtcGit Bitcointalk: bit.ly/eBtcBIT Coinmarketcap: bit.ly/eBTCCMC
Thoughts?
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The Race To Silk Road 2.0 – Eight Sites Battle It Out To Become The Internet’s Go-To Drug Site

Clearnet link with images: http://atlantisblog.org/191/
It’s almost two weeks since I reported on the race to create Silk Road 2.0 and it seems the mass migration is well underway with existing sites busting at the seams to accommodate the huge increase in traffic with some sites witnessing a 600% increase in listings in two weeks alone and with several more new sites in the final stages of testing it looks like it won’t be long before silk roads legacy of 12’000 drug listings are divided out among its suitors. So who will be the big winners and losers in the battle for the spoils, well it would seem Sheep Marketplace with its slick interface and easy to navigate listings has seen the biggest explosion in growth while the well established heir to the throne Black Market Reloaded has almost doubled it number of drug listings despite having to temporally close the site on several occasions due to huge influx of traffic and a security breach on another occasion.
This morning the Silk Road subreddit graced me with a list containing links to many new TOR marketplace sites and since many of these untested and unproven I decided now might be a good time to assess the state of the union and check each of them out for myself. Black Market Reloaded
Link: http://kss62ljxtqiqdfuq.onion Discussion Forums: http://fec33nz6mhzd54zj.onion/
First up the site many users see as the obvious alternative to Silk Road since it’s now been open over two years with its owner backopy incidentally announcing the launch in the same bitcointalk thread discussing the launch of Silk Road although I’m guessing he didn’t make the same mistake as DPR by using his real e-mail in his forum profile. From his public demeanor backopy seems much keener to focus on business and security than long posts musing over how to win the war on drugs as he was quick to point out when many ex Silk Road users were looking for the politics section of his marketplace forums. Blackopy No Politics
If you’re looking for a side order of philosophy and politics along with your drugs Black Market Reloaded might not be the site for you
After briefly closing the site to new registrations to facilitate server upgrades BMR is now open to new customers and vendors alike. The main complaint I read about the site is that it’s not pretty, can be difficult to navigate and there is no real way to sort listings by county/bestselling etc so initially finding the right vendor for your needs can take some time. However in my view function trumps fashion and while it may not be pretty backopy has at least demonstrated he’s got what it takes to stay one step ahead of the law (at least for now) BMR dated interface?
While some users claim BMR looks like a site they visited through netscape back in 1999 BMR is now the trusted veteran marketplace
In terms of numbers, Screenshots taken today and on the day of Silk Roads closure show the number of drug listings increase from 3075 to 5104 representing a 70% increase in the past two weeks. In terms of turnover backopy’s own figures (last published April 2013) show the site had monthly sales of nearly 70,000USD and considering they were rising month on month that figure is likely to be in the region of 150,000USD per month now.
What plans do they have for the future? well it would seem becoming top dog overnight has encouraged a bit more development and instead of implementing updates on the fly blackopy prefers to release an entire new version of the site in one single update. In a post announcing a 5 BTC ($750 at time of writing) reward for a new logo design he states “BMRv5 will feature mostly responsive HTML5, allowing the site to adjust to other media, such as tablets and smartphones along with no need for JS [JavaScript] anymore or an even more minimalistic version may be present.”
If he’s willing to drop $750 on a logo I can’t wait to see the site. Sheep Marketplace
Link: sheep5u64fi457aw.onion Discussion Forums: sheep5u64fi457aw.onion
If being the veteran black-market which outlived Silk Road and Atlantis makes BMR the tortoise than Sheep Marketplace has to be the hare. In what now seems to be tradition the marketplace was also announced in a bitcointalk thread dated “May 03, 2013″, The owners say the site is based on the open source Nette Framework and while little is known about the sites history or owners there has already been some reddit drama surrounding a non TOR version of the site hosted at sheepmarketplace.com which has now been replaced with a removal notice by the Czech hosting provider, meanwhile the owners have claimed this site was unaffiliated with them and at the very least it was hosted on a totally different server, however the Czech connection maybe something I have to return to for a future post.
On the business side of things however the site is booming and seems to be the fan favorite among the Silk Road diaspora thanks to its sleek interface, product search and filtering features and near lack of downtime during the Silk Road seizure. Perhaps its sudden popularity was also helped by the fact Black Market Reloaded is historically seen as “a place for scammers” by many Silk Road forum users but again if I compare screenshots of sites taken today with another taken the day of Silk Roads closure it’s clear the site has just undergone explosive growth with the number of drug listings increasing from 855 to 4165 which is almost a 400% increase in two weeks and this number is increasing daily. sheep mod note
Sheep Marketplace has yet to prove itself but they seem keen to impress with Sheep forum administrator “ctrlaltweed” eager to answer questions and keep everyone up to date with the rapid deployment of new features which the sites admins have been furiously adding to keep their new customers happy.
After a pain free registration process and quick browse around the site I was very impressed to the point of being confused if anything had really changed from the Silk Road days, After only two weeks the same familiar brand-name vendors were top of their respective category’s when I checked the best selling list and when I wanted to see what was available to my location I only had to click the large “domestic” button to see who was selling in my region. Sheep marketplace's clean interface
Sheep marketplace’s clean interface seems to be a hit among Silk Road users
If Sheep Marketplace keeps rolling out new features and listens to the huge Silk Road community who have found exile there I’ve no doubt they will surpass Black Market Reloaded as the biggest online drug marketplace within weeks but I would still hold some concerns about their security in the long term. Project: Black Flag (beta)
Link: ajd4yqq7ngzmqo3p.onion Discussion Forums: http://blackiiw5nozs6i5.onion/
Launched on 14th October 2013 not much is yet known about this project only that its aim is to be a replacement for Silk Road and is run by a character knows as “Metta Dread Pirate Roberts” who appears was not involved in the running of the old site but is building a new site in its image with same policy’s and features meaning no weapons sales. Black Flag screenshot
Screenshot of “Project Black Flag” which has the look and feel of Silk Road circa 2011
While there is not much to show yet a few features they plan to implement to differentiate it from other markets include allowing users to optionally store funds in their own wallets as opposed to one central website wallet making seizure of everyone’s funds less likely. Right now you can register as a user on the site and have an input in the development process but will be a bit longer before it’s fully functional. In a forum topic entitled “Applying for a vendor account”, Metta Dread Pirate Roberts states
“With the open beta just a couple days away, I wanted to get everyone up to speed on applying for a > vendor account.
Currently it is not possible to automatically sign up for a vendor account. This is to prevent vendor spam, as vendor accounts will be free during the beta. To apply for a vender account you will ether need to message me or reply to this topic.” 
With over fifty replies so far and joke listings starting to appear on the site it looks like they won’t have any problem moving forward onto the next stage of the project which I assume means handling real orders once the site has been tested to be secure. I managed to register an account there and buy a few fake items, While the project has lots of work ahead of it the decentralized wallet idea is at least innovate and the site works pretty well which I must say is impressive for a two week turnaround and considering they have a community of 500 members already I’m sure things will progress quickly. Silk Road [2.0] (Working title)
Link: Eta 1- 2 weeks before live Discussion Forums: http://silkroad5v7dywlc.onion
This seems to be the project to watch over the next weeks as the team who worked behind of the old Silk Road (Did anyone every believe it was just one person) regroup and try to implement all the ideas that were shelved to focus on keeping the old pirate ship afloat, Now with time on their hands they seem intent on ensuring when they do return that the new marketplace will be just as revolutionary as the old one was when it launched over 2 years ago.
Nothing has been officially released yet but it seems the new site will also be TOR based since an open job application posted on the forums states they are looking for somebody to manage high bandwidth [TOR] relays funded by Silk Road leading me to believe this is to directly counter a possible threat posed by NSA TOR traffic analysis which was revealed as a potential weak point just recently via Ed Swowden leaks. In any case nobody is taking chances and the new DPR seems to run a tight ship.
“I have taken steps the previous Dread Pirate Roberts wouldn’t have even thought of so you may rest assured, you are in the hands of a technically competent expert.” 
While nobody knows who’s the new face behind the pirates mask or if it’s even one person, Speculators say it’s well known contributor to the old forums “StExo” who was very active in making sure vendor PGP contact info could be collected in one place and had previously made many security audits and backups of the site should anything happen. In his opening address on the new forums DPR goes on to state
“As everyone is now aware, the previous Silk Road has fallen. For law enforcement worldwide this was a small victory for them where they would receive a pat on the back from their superiors and maybe a good Christmas bonus coming up for them. However, what law enforcement has failed to understand is the consequences of their actions. Silk Road is not one man. Silk Road is an idea, and where Silk Road now lies is in the people who made it what it was and it is those people who will, with a little help, bring the idea back to life again under a new name. We are not afraid of our governments, and we never should be. I hope this next phase in the life of the Silk Road is going to be just as interesting, just as productive and just as helpful as the last one was and we will move on from the individual man who started the idea to produce a new site for the free exchange of substances and materials.” 
Vendors from the old Silk Road will be allowed to sign up for free provided they can prove a link to their old identity on the SilkRoad forums, While It’s honorable they will allow vendors to link their accounts from the previous site maybe new public identity’s would be advisable considering how some vendors may have been compromised as I discuss in a previous post.
Anyway this looks to be the site to watch and as things start to take shape the new DPR’s tone is certainly becoming confident, hopefully that means we can expect a release very soon. New DPR aiming high
The new Dread Pirate Roberts says anything less than doubling silk roads previous business would be a disappointment to him Budster
Link: ajd4yqq7ngzmqo3p.onion Discussion Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/Budster
Perhaps somebody was listening when I posted that a cannabis only marketplace would attract a lot less heat from law enforcement but that’s essentially that’s what Budster is. The website didn’t exactly blow me away and is basically a customized wordpress install with the Woocommerce plugin handling transactions but Budster aims to be a simple concept whose main benefit it seems is the claim you will never lose any funds again due to a site-outage or shutdown since payment is made directly to from customer to vendor with the customer releasing funds to the seller via a unique code when the product arrives and in the case of a dispute Budster will intervene.
If they can prove themselves as legitimate the site could do reasonably well as a niche cannabis market but in its current form won’t be scaling up to Silk Road levels in the near future. Right now they have four “hand picked” vendors on board and anyone who wants to sell there has to meet their standards for quality and customer service.
Time will tell if it’s a success or not, credibility is an issue at the moment but if they keep can bringing on board verified ex Silk Road vendors maybe it has a chance to stand in the shadows of the big players. Budster
Budster might be one of the more “simple” marketplaces but there not exactly selling crack cocaine either
Deepbay
Link: ajd4yqq7ngzmqo3p.onion Discussion Forums: http://dbfrmwvtxmiz2vmz.onion
Links for this site have been spamming up message boards for sheep and other marketplaces these past couple of weeks which doesn’t make the best first impression to me. I’ve not seen too much action there but it does seem the owners are also working on rolling out a new version of the site which according to a post on the forums should be released any day now. Deepbay 2.0 to be launched any day now according to the site owners.
Deepbay 2.0 to be launched any day now according to the site owners.
The site itself doesn’t look bad and is easy enough to search and navigate through but it’s seriously lacking in vendors right now with only about 200 listings on the entire site. One other thing that bugged me when I first checked it out was at least one of the vendors was a known scammer from another site, It seems they have now been removed but after a bad first impression I didn’t stay too long. A screenshot of the product pages of Deepbay
A screenshot of the product pages of Deepbay Other Notable Sites That Deserve a Hat Tip
Silk Road Reloaded: Link: Not yet live Wiki: http://www.reddit.com/SilkRoadReloaded/
Nothing much to show yet but the project wiki is very interesting and if it’s to be believed we should see something very soon, What’s interesting about this is they hope to launch it on the I2P network only which in simple terms works just like TOR but instead of communications being bounced through several nodes everybody connected to the network IS a node so in theory it should make the network much more secure but at the expense of being less user friendly than TOR. From what I read on the wiki this could bring something new to the table so is worth keeping an eye on. Drug Market: 4yjes6zfucnh7vcj.onion Not seen any updates or admin communication so maybe it’s fair to say this is a scam or ghost town
In conclusion, whats clear to me right now is the less tech savvy customers seem to be moving over to Sheep while those who vote for reputation over function are moving to BMR. Right now there is no clear cut winner and with many more holding out for the new Silk Road it’ll be quite a while before any market leader emerges.
Lastly some security advice, If you’re going to use any or a combination of these sites make sure to use a unique username/password combination on each, after all would you trust your real life drug dealer with a spare set of keys to your house. There are way too many Phishing sites out there trying to pose as legit ones in order to harvest your username/password in the hope you will use it on other sites as well where they can then do real damage
Another thing to keep in mind is while many of these sites are unproven and will remain so for some time so don’t hold bitcoins in your account that you can’t afford to lose and less money on the site creates less incentive for owners to cut and run should they feel the heat is closing in on them.
After looking through all these sites and projects that must be consuming every waking hour for dozens of people it’s seems what the old Dread Pirate Roberts said about the power being in the idea seems very very true.
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What entity manages .com, .net, .gov, .us, .cn domains?

For the longest time I still have not a clue how this works. I am not sure if this is the right subreddit or something like networking
This is all I understand so far about the web (or internet?), computers, and electronics in general (its super long just skip to bold part if you need to)
INTERNET:
Okay, but who manages the .info, .com, .net, .cn, .rs, and .gov top level domains?
There's obviously some domains that are specific to countries, and are most likely managed by that countries' government entity. E.G (.us for usa? .ws for russia, .cn for china) but aren't nearly as popular as the .net and .com domains.
.Org and .gov are US? government regulated top level domains to my knowledge, where .org is mostly nonprofit. U.S.A uses .gov domains for its government organizations
So I understand that some countries government manages that domain. But what about public top level domains, like .com, .info, .net, .ca?
Who manages the database for those? Who gives authority to godaddy for those domains for rent? Who mediates copyright conflicts for those domains? (E.G. say my name is Mike Cro Soft, and I wanted to rent a domain called mikecrosoft, but get DMCA'd / copyrighted by microsoft.com)
Like, what are the big organizations mediating internet protocols and legislation on a global scale?
Who or what has access to the biggest picture of the web, and its workings and backend?
sorry for the long wall of text, I've been missing some vital information on how the web? (or is it internet?) works
disclaimer: I don't take CS classes and did not major in computer science. So I might be really off in what i understand about the internet as a whole. Most of this is just what I learned from browsing reddit and youtube
Apologies in advance if i butchered a bunch of terms and how things work. I just wrote things as they randomly came to me
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JRE Timeline 677 Josh Zepps

$2 optional payment for doing this good work https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=26LWYHVA6V5QS
For BitCoin tippers http://JoshuaKevinPerry.tip.me
Today's guest is https://twitter.com/joshzepps http://www.wtplive.com/ Hmm, a drinking and news podcast, that show is either going to be either really good or really bad. Last appearance was jre 571
If its not up by 8pm PT I'm going to bed.
Podcast starts at 10:11
1:33 http://live.huffingtonpost.com/segment/peter-singer-abortion-poverty-inequality/55199461fe3444fd1b001336
Peter Singer does have 3 children
4:30 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lobster_Liberation_Front
Re:Trophy Hunting-"If they really wanted to use money for conservation, they could donate it" was on his most recent We The People Live
10:00 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecil_(lion)
18:42 Jericho is a pretty bad ass name
20:13 https://twitter.com/WTP_Live
22:30 http://i.ytimg.com/vi/CncS1ZHfkcY/hqdefault.jpg
25:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NB81Q3_Xs64
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extinction_event
28:00 http://www.cbsnews.com/news/indian-state-allows-shooting-tiger-poachers-on-sight-offers-money-to-informants/
32:55 http://nypost.com/2015/06/07/chilling-photo-captures-womans-final-moments-before-fatal-lion-attack/
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/pro-surfer-mick-fanning-attacked-shark-during-competition-south-africa-n394641?cid=sm_fb
36:01 http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/19-year-spend-25-years-sex-offender-registry-32797718
But the judge condemned what he called a culture of “meet, hook-up, have sex, sayonara, totally inappropriate behavior,” according to court documents.
40:00 http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/news/nation/2006-08-18-judge-sentenced_x.htm
44:00 Northern Namibia (CNN) In January 2014, Corey Knowlton bid $350,000 for a permit to hunt and kill a black rhino in Namibia.
47:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q How wolves change rivers
53:00 http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2014/12/22/big-kill
54:00 http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/topics/wildlife/2013/03/natural-born-killers-the-problem-with-cats
55:00 http://www.kinghamsafaris.com/species/red-stag-hunting/
100:00 https://instagram.com/p/0GaqKXpyOC/ https://instagram.com/p/xulJBUpyDc/
1:03:00 http://gizmodo.com/chinas-replica-of-paris-is-now-an-eerily-depressing-gh-1055641763
Chinese also buy e-sports teams, one even had a League of Legends team in NA (LMQ) named after his mistress.
1:10:33 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yank_tank
1:15:48 http://www.wired.com/2015/07/hackers-remotely-kill-jeep-highway/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Hastings_(journalist) http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=28c_1375058568
1:18:53 http://www.theverge.com/2015/7/23/9021497/e-sports-performance-enhancing-drugs-test
1:20:00 WTPLIVE is owned by a band with the same name
1:21:00 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeff_Novitzky He should be an interesting guest, but man he ruined the baseball Hall of Fame, and possibly killed the industry.
1:26:21 http://www.deschutesbrewery.com/brew/black-butte-porter Has anyone tried this beer? Eh, I probably will now
Going to go get some Black Butte now, brb.
Black Butte is good at room temperature, I have an affinity for porters, but I don't drink much.
Speaking of Psychedelics, I advise taking them on the 4th of July every year you can go to an amazing Fireworks show.
1:32:51 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bikram_Yoga
1:36:53 http://www.nyaspire.com/
Jeez I'm floating off one bear what is the abv? 5.2% maybe i should eat carbs crikey.
1:46:53 Has anyone seen Mr Nobody? The movie is about the last man not living in the machines. I'll probably watch it after I finish the esther timeline.
1:51:16 http://www.wellcorps.com/images/fig11.png
1:57:12 http://i1.trekearth.com/photos/20636/acropolis_2.jpg
Acropolis is the name of the area, Parthenon is the upper-most building
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parthenon
200:45 https://vacationspotindonesia.files.wordpress.com/2014/05/super-volcano2.jpg
2:05:32 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graham_Hancock
2:09:00 More spots if you count the nuclear radiation dumps https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioactive_waste#Long_term_management_of_waste Waste lasts 10 thousand to 1 MILLION years.. http://www.aps.org/units/fps/newsletters/2006/january/article1.html
2:14:20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjuGCJJUGsg The John Oliver Bit
2:18:00 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Merchants+of+Doubt Instant Video, a book
2:29:00 "I spray my white male privilege like cum"
2:37:23 http://www.ranthollywood.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/amy-schumer-with-c3p0.jpg
Trans suicide rates are around 50%, pretty awful.
2:46:27 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YWTtCsvgvg
https://www.microsoft.com/microsoft-hololens/en-us https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aThCr0PsyuA
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[Table] IamA (app developer doing a startup with my freind) AMA!

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Date: 2013-12-22
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Omeagle has basically become guys looking for girls desperately. How will you stop that from happening to your app? Is it something you have considered to be a problem? This is actually a huge concern of mine too, I really don't want it to end up like that. In the future we plan to have filtered receiving, that helps users find who they want to look for more easily. But its really just 2 of us coding, we're kinda limited in resources.
Some initial steps were taking include a reporting system that auto deletes. We launched 2 days ago, I'll definitely be transparent to the fact there was 2 incidents of users reporting and we instantly auto banned the users at the server end. Currently we have 650 ish people, growing now at a user every 3-7 minutes , most messages have been positive and in good fun.
I'll definitely give it a shot Thanks a bunch, any feedback would be sincerely appreciated.
What is something that looks simple to do but was a pain in the ass to code? Good question, I could go on for days. But push notifications stand out. The little red numbers on your apps actual take data to sync. Especially with messaging apps since they're constantly changing (increasing).
How will apps help people survive in the zombie apocalypse? You can trade bitcoin on mobile now, maybe that will help, like maybe you could buy a squirrel carcass for 0.0001BTC... otherwise they're pretty high on Maslows pyramid.
Let's ask the important Questions... is it free? You bet it is :), though since we're on such a shoestring budget, we limit how many time you can collect messages daily to keep down server costs. But chatting is unlimited. We plan to remove the limits later though.
Ads? Nope.
You sir or madam, have just got another person on Airogami Thanks for giving it a shot, hope you like it, well try to make it better from what it is now :)
Have you talked to any VC people or do you want to grow before you present yourself? Or is acquiring VC funds not part of your plan? If not, why? We talked to one fairly prominent VC in Silicon Valley. We had a good exchange in a hotel lobby. He went from being really excited... to not returning my calls or emails. o___o. [Edit:] without warning one day he just stopped*
Right now we're focused on growth and making our product better with feedback, but we're also starting to compile a spreadsheet of possible investors to raise a seed round.
Ok so I can't even begin to understand what you need to make an app like a compiler or something and also how does typing in code translate to a very detailed app and what code are you using. We used Apple's platform called X code it's like a drawing board that you use to make the functioning parts of the interface (or front end) Buttons, textboxes etc. (It's pretty much dragging and dropping images in to place then coding their functions.) Coded in OBJ C.
The backend is written in a Java framework (struts2). This determines all the connections between users, and the transferring of data from device to device.
You have to pay $100 to be a programmer don't you? What?
Ok say I'm an 18 year old male I know little to nothing about coding is it possible for me to learn coding what do I need to have to do this I'm homeless you can either give me $100 or teach me how to code say I pick that I want to learn how to code could you teach me the very basics could you ELI5 how to do this and give me some further sources to set me on my way to someday make my own app? This wouldn't be sustainable for either of us, I also don't have 20 dollars to spare let alone 100.
Haha sorry I guess you didn't read the story about the homeless guy who was offered $100 or the chance to learn how to code he made an app Haha, yeah sorry I didn't. (Much Confuse.) There's a bunch of online resources that are free. The Stanford ones are really good, and the pacing is fairly moderate, also unlike a lecture you can easily rewind, theres more like this one. The best part is they cover fairly specific topics.
Link to www.stanford.edu (theres a bunch on online resources available.)
What did you do before you began with this startup? I worked at as an employee at another startup, my cofounder just finished is masters in CS.
Was it a tough decision / transition? It' was a tough decision, because there's no guarantees of success or even stability. The transition was not that tough thug, we always liked to design and build stuff, we we're now just doing it on our own.
Is your cofounder a good friend? Any tough arguments / fights? My cofounder and I are good friends. He and I are very different thinkers and we come to realized it was good for our process, we have disagreements but we respect each others opinion. We often come up with better solutions in the middle of disagreements.
Financially how are you guys doing this? Did you have your own money saved up (if so rough order or magnitude ), investments from family / friends / Silicon Valley? Our costs are really lean, and we have some money saved up, we do contract work on the side too.
Is the application running on your own hardware, EC2 (or similar), or a PaaS? This is something I've been thinking about for a while. Currently running on ec2.
What AWS services are you using other than EC2? Dynamo, s3,
Thanks for your answer! I wish you guys all the best :) NP :)
How old are you guys? Do you plan to retire at age 25 as multimillionaires like Fuckerberg or what? 23-24. haha, a victory to us is a ton of people liking what we made. So we'll spend a long time refining this. I'd probably not retire as long as i was physically able to work :)
Do you like bagged milk? Also: app actually looks interesting, is there a mailing list to be alerted when it comes out on android. I don't really drink milk, we're setting up a mailing list now..
Do you fap frequently? No actually. (at least a sharp decline in these past months.)
Not sure if you're still doing the AMA, but do you plan to monetize it at all? Yeah still here, eventually but right now we're focused on growing our user base.
I love it. I really hope this gets popular. I've met a few really cool people on here already. Thanks! that means a lot actually, we hope to improve it in V2.
Edit: Is there a way to make it not make a sound? My phone is on silent and keeps sending me alerts. A bit unfortunate when I'm at work ;) Thats actually a UI mistake we made, if you go to where you edit your (in the home menu) profile, there's a gear, and you can use that to turn the sound off.
I've been over at kikpals but haven't had much luck. So far, this has actually been better for me than omegle. Good luck with it! They're almost like karma, but apparently no one seemed to get them we might need to explain them in the app.
What led you to think of this app? (prays it was a random drunken night with interesting story) My cofounder wanted to make a random chat app that felt like IM chat rooms in the late 90s. I thought we should add snapchat like picture sharing to the experience.
Where do you get your ideas? My cofounder got this idea from messing around in various AIM chatrooms in the late 90s, we wanted to create the modern day equivalent of how that felt on mobile.
Cool! Any plans for an Android release? We're working away at that right now :)
I too am an app developer so great job I know how tough it can get! My question is, do you attend school? If so, where? (if that's too personal I understand) I went to school in Los Angeles, I graduated about 8 months ago.
Apart from this post on Reddit, how have you been promoting your app? Mainly Friends, other posts on reddit. nothing much since we're stuck at home building.
I really wanted to try this out but could not get past the captcha verification. "Server busy please try again" constantly. A good thing perhaps? Too many people using it haha. Hey, sorry about that. We had this issue a few times now.
1) trying a different screen name and email.
2) quitting then reopening.
3) deleting then reinstalling the app.
Hope that helps sorry about the wait.
Let me know if any of these work for you.
PS. certain countries experience this problem, like 1 user in Jordan, 1 in Spain, 1 in NZ also had problems signing in. I think this is something in the backend that we have to fix.
Pretend I'm a rich, young, potential investor. Because people are intrinsically fascinated with other people's lives. Putting this experience on mobile means you can get a first-hand account of whats happening in a strangers life at that moment.
I'm a 26 year old male who doesn't know what snapchat or omegle is and I'm perfectly content with that. Why should I care about your product? We also have filters that let you designate the age location and gender of your messages recipients. Imagine getting first hand accounts of life in images and words from anywhere on the map.
Whats its like in the day of a developer? Get up, type stuff, Look at numbers in our analytics software, talk to users. We eat takeout at our desks. This week we've been trying to bring up user engagement by tuning our sorting algorithm so that more users find people to talk to.
I've actually started to answer questions on reddit while I'm on a exercise bike lol.
I graduated last year with a bachelors degree in information systems and other than a little coding in vb.net didnt learn too much on the coding side(to me a major problem with information systems degrees is it has no real concentration area and kind of skips around). I am about to go to a community college to pick up some programming classes and was wondering what your coding background was? I originally started in college so not that much earlier than anyone else.
I also seen that you said you originally worked for another company and was curious on how easy it was for you to find a job with your skill set. It was fairly easy to find contracting because theres a lot of people doing startups now. And most of them hire contractors to avoid full time staff. Which allows flexible workweeks, and some time to work on your own stuff.
Just like to add that until your app comes out on android I will not be able to try it but I think it is awesome that you and a friend took the initiative to do something like this. Hopefully after some more advance classes I will be able to get into something like this. Also thanks for the words of support.
So kind of like Facebook then? People can read information and view photos of whatever other people wish to share? Prospective employers? Current employers? Your school? People who can damage your future depending on what you choose to share? We're more about pseudonyms and anonymity, we designed it so people can easily edit who they are. One user described us as 'single serving friends'. Like a sugar packet or coffee creamer, where you just have a quick conversation with. Users don't even have to use set names, they can change them whenever.
Sounds more like reddit now. If that were the case, I just might offer you a deal if I were an investor. Privacy is a big issue today. If I felt safe enough, I'd support you. Thanks for your cordiality and patience. Anytime :)
Just downloaded your app, seems very elegant and simple (which is a good thing) how long did the app take to program and what programming language was it written in? It took about 5 months, the backend is j2ee (struts2) front end is obj.C (Xcode). Sorry for the wait.
(Xcode obj C front end)
Backend: written in a java framework: j2ee, jpa, struts2.
Who designed the website? I built it off a template, there's some custom CSS though. As well as other tools we built. Edit: If you're interested I can send you the template I built it with.
Are you thinking of hiring windows phone/winRT devs maybe? Maybe in the future, we don't have much budget, currently we're combing through the people we know looking for people to help with android.
I just had a very nice idea for a start-up a few days ago but now struggling how to start it properly. Basically, what should be the first steps if you want to launch a start-up? Is it a software startup? You can pm me and we can talk, though I'm by no means an expert. Are you have issues getting it built?
Hi! I was just going to comment! I love the website design. Is there anyway you can send me the template as well? Thanks! Sure! Link to themeforest.net we modified it a bit to fit our needs.
When do you plan on bringing the app to android? Yeah of course, I'm working on that now, its just the 2 of us coding so its gonna be some time, really sorry about the wait.
Also, is there a reason it seems to override the standard Apple type settings? For example, it doesn't automatically capitalize I or I'm and the autocorrect popups are non-existent. Would be nice to have. Yeah I messed up implementing the autocorrect, it's probably our top bug fix, its a huge headache for me too,
Thanks a lot, and good luck with your start up! Anytime:)
Understandable. How'd you get into App Development? I really just like building things that worked, and I wanted to make something that a lot of people like. (as sappy as that sounds) my cofounder and I take on these side projects as a hobby, its like woodworking or scale modeling to us.
I guess I'm late to the party, but what made you start on iOS over android? We just had more experience in Xcode. We thought we could push it out faster that way and get feedback earlier.
Any chance developing for windows phone? If it really takes off sure, but since its just the two of us we're really limited in resources.
Will there be a release for the windows platform? Possibly if we can be successful/survive. Right now we have our hands full with android.
Let's say in the future your app ends up being worth some decent money. At what cost would you sell the app? Say 1 million dollars or 1 billion! 'bout 3 fiddy. edit:tree fiddy.
In terms of quality how does the BB10 OS stack up realtive to iOS or Android? I actually haven't actually experienced BB10 in person. Do you use it?
that's when I discovered my partner was actually 500 feet tall and from the paleolithic era! Hahaha!
Are you a casual redditor? Kinda. I browse the design and programming sections a lot.
Yeah, I have used the z10 and have found it to be functional superior to my iPhone. I guess in your decision the blackberry ecosystem just can't compete. The majority of our work is building multiple front ends. With 2 people our dev speed is pretty limited.
Stack? (Xcode obj C front end)
J2ee, jpa, struts2.
You wann' be my frand? Anytime... frand.
Have you been trying to find more developers? Yeah, we're trying to build a team actually.
Check out windows azure notification hubs. Make push easy. Will do! they were such a headache...
Suggestion for collect box: make it infinite because I ran out of collects and most of them were 0 :( Sorry about that, we initially intended for them to be more, a lot of users complained about the same thing actually.
Initially our idea was that it would encourage people to write more messages, but didn't seem to work... I'll refresh our server later and they'll be more. We'll remove the limits on the next build. -thanks for taking the time to give feedback.
No, thank you for creating one of the FUCKING coolest apps out there. Am chatting with an Aussie girl right meow. Noice mate ;)
Ya..This looks better than snapchat. Also, I see it becoming a singles-sex-chat app. Thanks! We we're thinking of adding a tagging system to match users. Like there can be #nsfw,so people get matched with others who want to do that.
What is the quickest way to learn how to program ios apps for someone with zero coding skills. Stanford has free lecture guides available, I think there's one exclusively about app development. The pace is actually really manageable. I'll try to look for them and PM you.
Cool app, any plans of a Windows Phone release x_x. Since now it's just 2 of us coding, we're really limited. If it gets popular maybe. Currently our hands are tied up with android.
Not sure if you're still around, but as an early adopter (earlier this week via startups) please support landscape mode with the keyboard and please removed the sound notification override. Sorry about that, the sound thing was unintentional haha! It's actually a UI mistake for us, under your profile menu there's a round gear button and you can turn off the sound in that menu. (We definitely need to make that more prominent...) I think in the next build we're just gonna make it mirror the sound setting on your phone. Landscape mode might be a great option for the messaging actually, personally I like to type like that more.
My phone is on vibrate, but when I'm in the app I get a sound notification when I get messages. Getting a few in a row draws stares in a quiet room. When I'm not in the app I just get a vibration.
Also, it's kind of a lot of push notifications. I get that it's a growth hack to alert me when I have a new opportunity to respond to someone's message, but it's kind of annoying when it's combined with notifications for every time someone responds to my message, which is all I really care about.
Keep getting a server error while entering the captcha Someone else in this thread had the same thing, sorry about that. Some users in the past have had success with either of these: (resort to #3 last)
1) trying a different screen name and email.
2) quitting then reopening.
3) deleting then reinstalling the app.
Hope that helps sorry about the wait.
Let me know if any of these work for you.
PS. certain countries experience this problem, like 1 user in Jordan, 1 in Spain, 1 in NZ also had problems signing in. I think this is something in the backend that we have to fix.
I'll definitely try your app out! I am also planning on developing a few applications soon and it is great to see other startups! Heres to you coming back next month with a few million downloads! :D. Thanks so much! I hope you like it. (sorry for the wait, I was away for a bit) Message me your apps I'll give yours a try too :)
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UPDATES for 3rd Week of October 2014: Added to CRYPTSY, C-CEX and Many More After 30 Days

UPDATES for 3rd Week of October 2014: Added to CRYPTSY, C-CEX and Many More After 30 Days
I - We are in CRYPTSY now. Yes you read it right! See the link: https://www.cryptsy.com/markets/view/HTML5_XRP
II - Included in Coinpayments, see: https://www.coinpayments.net
IV - CoinToPay, see: https://cointopay.com
-Cointopay International B.V. is providing crypto payment and web wallet services.
V - Relisted in C-Cex.com again, see: https://c-cex.com/?p=html5-doge
-C-cex believes in our coin by relisting. The is another great news. Trading now is expanding there. -Like bleutrade. c-cex has the ability to trade in any coin you want. -You can also use the merchant app if you want to accept html5, see: https://c-cex.com/?id=merch
VI - Listed in CoinGecko, see https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/htmlcoin
-CoinGecko aims to collect all the data required to quantitatively and qualitatively rank the potential of an altcoin.
VII - Listed in CoinToPay, see: https://cointopay.com/
-Enables you to use virtual crypto currencies like BitCoin in an easy way. E.g. buy goods online, receive invoice payments from your customers or enable shopping cart checkouts.
VIII. One Block Crawler & One Block Explorer: http://www.htmlcoin.com/service
IX. Two Faucets now : http://www.htmlcoin.com/projects
-A place to some coins for free!
X. Verified Proof of Developer, see: http://cryptoasian.com/html-htmlcoin/
-Establishing integrity and trust.
XI. Honest article about us: http://taketotask.wordpress.com/2014/10/26/html5coin-approximately-30-days-late
Html5coin… approximately 30 days later.
By Take to Task
Ok. So… for those who have been following, htmlcoin went through a transition in a way that most cryptocurrencies have not. I’d even argue, in a way that most stocks have not.
Let’s recap up to the transition to html5coin:
-The original htmlcoin was stupidly easy to acquire and in large amounts. -The original algorithm was flawed. -The difficulty never rose. -People in general declared this coin dead. -The coin mysteriously and confusingly traded well for Dogecoin and, on occasion, traded for a small amount of Litecoin. -The developer never gave up on the coin. Always promoted it. -The developer announced a new, fixed algorithm, an updated coin name, and a reverse split of 1:15 (depending on when you did the trade) for the new coin.
Now, you have to understand, many of those attributes listed above should have meant htmlcoin’s demise. So many coins have disappeared, and they had far less flawed attributes than what was listed here. Hell, so many stocks in the regular world of Wall Street would have been looked upon unfavorably just for that reverse split alone (especially penny stocks).
Here’s the difference, and this purely opinion.
-Ian, the promoter (and developer, I think) of html5coin, never gave up! He lived up to the title of promoter – he pushed this coin everywhere. -Ian was not in it for a get-rich-quick-with-bitcoin scheme. If he had been, he’d have given up long ago. Instead, he wanted (and still wants) this coin to succeed and become something more. -The entire html5coin community wants this coin to become something more. And, to clarify, that does not mean it has to supplant bitcoin or even ever be worth more than bitcoin. It just has to thrive and continue to have a use, whether that’s in an exchange, or in a marketplace (or both).
So, how does hmtl5coin appear to me today, just (approximately) 30 days after the transition? More bullet points… :P
-htmlcoin still trades well with Dogecoin. -htmlcoin trades well with Litecoin. -htmlcoin trades with Bitcoin (at 1 satoshi, so far), and never did that before. -htmlcoin is now one of the “premium coins” at Bleutrade. That means, html5coin is grouped with Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Dogecoin (although Bleutrade allows any coin they have to be traded with any other coin they have). Now, while we can all argue that Ian may have offered them some money, I don’t think that matters. Why? If I were running an exchange and you offered me what I perceived as “monopoly money,” I would not accept. Instead, they put html5 at the top with the three coins everyone in the crypto world knows. That means the Bleutrade has faith in the coin. And why shouldn’t they, html5coin is actually trading for higher value coins in a way it never did before.
I’ve even heard the conspiracy theories of Bleutrade being behind html5coin, but I don’t believe that. Though, even if that were true, I’m still doing well with html5coin and I’ve lost nothing in the process. Isn’t that what we want – to play in the cryptocurrency world with as little risk as possible? html5coin certainly exemplifies that and has done so since its inception.
I know things can change in a heartbeat, but I wanted to give you a perspective – my perspective – of how html5coin is doing so far.
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7pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. An American court has ruled that software can’t be regarded as property that may be stolen. extratorrent.com comments technology
  2. After becoming the first European country to pass net neutrality into law yesterday, a court in The Hague has today ruled that Dutch internet providers UPC, KPN, Tele2, T-Mobile and Telfort must block access to The Pirate Bay. theverge.com comments technology
  3. TIL why radio buttons are called radio buttons ginahoganedwards.files.wordpress.com comments technology
  4. Microsoft bans Firefox on ARM-based Windows: Raising the specter of last-generation browser battles, Mozilla launches a publicity campaign to seek a place for browsers besides IE on Windows devices using ARM chips news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Samsung buys streaming startup mSpot to take on iCloud and Google Play venturebeat.com comments technology
  6. Adobe charges its users for fixing security vulnerabilities. adobe.com comments technology
  7. Home made, totally functioning, Tesla Coil GUN! hackerfriendly.com comments technology
  8. Not just Wal-Mart: Dozens of U.S. companies face bribery charges - The Term Sheet: Fortune's deals blog Term Sheet finance.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  9. Netherlands passes net neutrality law, first among EU nations theverge.com comments technology
  10. VLC hits a billion downloads videolan.org comments technology
  11. Comparison of the Ink Inside HPs Cartridges Over the Years hpinkcartridges.co.uk comments technology
  12. Mozilla calls Windows RT a return to the 'digital dark ages' for limiting browser choice, Google nods in agreement engadget.com comments technology
  13. Scamworld: 'Get rich quick' schemes mutate into an online monster theverge.com comments technology
  14. Mozilla says Microsoft won't allow rival browsers on ARM Windows desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  15. Why Are We Still Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi? cnn.com comments technology
  16. Court Forbids Linking to Pirate Bay Proxies torrentfreak.com comments technology
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  18. FBI Fears Bitcoin’s Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  19. 'ICE & FBI Hatch Ingenious Plan To Make DVD Piracy Warnings Longer' techdirt.com comments technology
  20. MIT: magnetically suspended 3D ball control system (super mouse) youtube.com comments technology
  21. DVDs and Blu-rays will now carry two unskippable government warnings arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Transparent Aluminum blog.makezine.com comments technology
  23. Mozilla: Windows 8 a 'Return to the Digital Dark Ages' webmonkey.com comments technology
  24. Ok, Apple did what we asked. Who do we pressure next? reuters.com comments technology
  25. Mozilla and Google blast IE-only Windows on ARM theregister.co.uk comments technology
  26. James Webb telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument is ready to ship. MIRI will allow the JWT to look out into space and back in time to more than 13 billion years ago. bbc.co.uk comments technology
  27. In war for talent, 'brogrammers' will be losers cnn.com comments technology
  28. Alliant Techsystems surprises with an entry in the competition to carry crew to the International Space Station. arstechnica.com comments technology
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  30. kickstarter: printxel 3d printer kickstarter.com comments technology
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  32. Facebook mobile apps: Bad on purpose? digitaltrends.com comments technology
  33. Dutch court orders more Dutch ISP's to block TPB torrentfreak.com comments technology
  34. "a camera so sensitive it could see a candle on one of Jupiter's moons" First instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope completed phys.org comments technology
  35. Chappelle Show Creator Gives Grieving MCA Fans A Treat, Viacom Gives Them The Finger techdirt.com comments technology
  36. So How Do We Talk About This? When Children See Internet Pornography nytimes.com comments technology
  37. Hey, Reddit. It's already WEDNESDAY, where is the promised montage and awareness push to oppose CISPA as one hivemind? Combined with this new FBI request for a 'backdoor' to spy on Twitter and Facebook users, Big Brother looms closer each day. youtube.com comments technology
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5pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. An American court has ruled that software can’t be regarded as property that may be stolen. extratorrent.com comments technology
  2. After becoming the first European country to pass net neutrality into law yesterday, a court in The Hague has today ruled that Dutch internet providers UPC, KPN, Tele2, T-Mobile and Telfort must block access to The Pirate Bay. theverge.com comments technology
  3. TIL why radio buttons are called radio buttons ginahoganedwards.files.wordpress.com comments technology
  4. Microsoft bans Firefox on ARM-based Windows: Raising the specter of last-generation browser battles, Mozilla launches a publicity campaign to seek a place for browsers besides IE on Windows devices using ARM chips news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Samsung buys streaming startup mSpot to take on iCloud and Google Play venturebeat.com comments technology
  6. Adobe charges its users for fixing security vulnerabilities. adobe.com comments technology
  7. Netherlands passes net neutrality law, first among EU nations theverge.com comments technology
  8. VLC hits a billion downloads videolan.org comments technology
  9. Comparison of the Ink Inside HPs Cartridges Over the Years hpinkcartridges.co.uk comments technology
  10. Not just Wal-Mart: Dozens of U.S. companies face bribery charges - The Term Sheet: Fortune's deals blog Term Sheet finance.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  11. Home made, totally functioning, Tesla Coil GUN! hackerfriendly.com comments technology
  12. Court Forbids Linking to Pirate Bay Proxies torrentfreak.com comments technology
  13. Mozilla calls Windows RT a return to the 'digital dark ages' for limiting browser choice, Google nods in agreement engadget.com comments technology
  14. Is Facebook over? Tagged.com overtakes giant for time spent per visit as 'social discovery' dailymail.co.uk comments technology
  15. Mozilla says Microsoft won't allow rival browsers on ARM Windows desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  16. Kevin Smith's Approach To Competing With Piracy: Give Away A Ton, Then Sell Stuff That Can't Be Pirated techdirt.com comments technology
  17. Scamworld: 'Get rich quick' schemes mutate into an online monster theverge.com comments technology
  18. DVDs and Blu-rays will now carry two unskippable government warnings arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. FBI Fears Bitcoin’s Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  20. MIT: magnetically suspended 3D ball control system (super mouse) youtube.com comments technology
  21. James Webb telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument is ready to ship. MIRI will allow the JWT to look out into space and back in time to more than 13 billion years ago. bbc.co.uk comments technology
  22. kickstarter: printxel 3d printer kickstarter.com comments technology
  23. Play Wolfenstein 3D in your browser! wolfenstein.bethsoft.com comments technology
  24. Dutch court orders more Dutch ISP's to block TPB torrentfreak.com comments technology
  25. Alliant Techsystems surprises with an entry in the competition to carry crew to the International Space Station. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. 'ICE & FBI Hatch Ingenious Plan To Make DVD Piracy Warnings Longer' techdirt.com comments technology
  27. Chappelle Show Creator Gives Grieving MCA Fans A Treat, Viacom Gives Them The Finger techdirt.com comments technology
  28. Ok, Apple did what we asked. Who do we pressure next? reuters.com comments technology
  29. Mozilla and Google blast IE-only Windows on ARM theregister.co.uk comments technology
  30. Hey, Reddit. It's already WEDNESDAY, where is the promised montage and awareness push to oppose CISPA as one hivemind? Combined with this new FBI request for a 'backdoor' to spy on Twitter and Facebook users, Big Brother looms closer each day. youtube.com comments technology
  31. "a camera so sensitive it could see a candle on one of Jupiter's moons" First instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope completed phys.org comments technology
  32. Pirate Bay: Hey Anonymous, Stop DDoSing Virgin torrentfreak.com comments technology
  33. Facebook the Sellout: Can we Trust FB Anymore? danieljohnston.hubpages.com comments technology
  34. Six great human and computer collaborations en.community.dell.com comments technology
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  36. What If Car Was Invented Today? | Inspired! inspir3d.net comments technology
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3pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. TIL why radio buttons are called radio buttons ginahoganedwards.files.wordpress.com comments technology
  2. Microsoft bans Firefox on ARM-based Windows: Raising the specter of last-generation browser battles, Mozilla launches a publicity campaign to seek a place for browsers besides IE on Windows devices using ARM chips news.cnet.com comments technology
  3. After becoming the first European country to pass net neutrality into law yesterday, a court in The Hague has today ruled that Dutch internet providers UPC, KPN, Tele2, T-Mobile and Telfort must block access to The Pirate Bay. theverge.com comments technology
  4. Netherlands passes net neutrality law, first among EU nations theverge.com comments technology
  5. Comparison of the Ink Inside HPs Cartridges Over the Years hpinkcartridges.co.uk comments technology
  6. Samsung buys streaming startup mSpot to take on iCloud and Google Play venturebeat.com comments technology
  7. VLC hits a billion downloads videolan.org comments technology
  8. Adobe charges its users for fixing security vulnerabilities. adobe.com comments technology
  9. DVDs and Blu-rays will now carry two unskippable government warnings arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Kevin Smith's Approach To Competing With Piracy: Give Away A Ton, Then Sell Stuff That Can't Be Pirated techdirt.com comments technology
  11. FBI Fears Bitcoin’s Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  12. Play Wolfenstein 3D in your browser! wolfenstein.bethsoft.com comments technology
  13. kickstarter: printxel 3d printer kickstarter.com comments technology
  14. Chappelle Show Creator Gives Grieving MCA Fans A Treat, Viacom Gives Them The Finger techdirt.com comments technology
  15. Six great human and computer collaborations en.community.dell.com comments technology
  16. Hey, Reddit. It's already WEDNESDAY, where is the promised montage and awareness push to oppose CISPA as one hivemind? Combined with this new FBI request for a 'backdoor' to spy on Twitter and Facebook users, Big Brother looms closer each day. youtube.com comments technology
  17. Alliant Techsystems surprises with an entry in the competition to carry crew to the International Space Station. arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. Is Facebook over? Tagged.com overtakes giant for time spent per visit as 'social discovery' dailymail.co.uk comments technology
  19. Facebook the Sellout: Can we Trust FB Anymore? danieljohnston.hubpages.com comments technology
  20. Court Forbids Linking to Pirate Bay Proxies torrentfreak.com comments technology
  21. James Webb telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument is ready to ship. MIRI will allow the JWT to look out into space and back in time to more than 13 billion years ago. bbc.co.uk comments technology
  22. Dutch court orders more Dutch ISP's to block TPB torrentfreak.com comments technology
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  24. X-rays probe world's oldest 'computer' [4:44] bbc.co.uk comments technology
  25. An American court has ruled that software can’t be regarded as property that may be stolen. extratorrent.com comments technology
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8pm Thu 10 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. An American court has ruled that software can’t be regarded as property that may be stolen. extratorrent.com comments technology
  2. After becoming the first European country to pass net neutrality into law yesterday, a court in The Hague has today ruled that Dutch internet providers UPC, KPN, Tele2, T-Mobile and Telfort must block access to The Pirate Bay. theverge.com comments technology
  3. TIL why radio buttons are called radio buttons ginahoganedwards.files.wordpress.com comments technology
  4. Microsoft bans Firefox on ARM-based Windows: Raising the specter of last-generation browser battles, Mozilla launches a publicity campaign to seek a place for browsers besides IE on Windows devices using ARM chips news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Home made, totally functioning, Tesla Coil GUN! hackerfriendly.com comments technology
  6. Samsung buys streaming startup mSpot to take on iCloud and Google Play venturebeat.com comments technology
  7. Adobe charges its users for fixing security vulnerabilities. adobe.com comments technology
  8. Not just Wal-Mart: Dozens of U.S. companies face bribery charges - The Term Sheet: Fortune's deals blog Term Sheet finance.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  9. Scamworld: 'Get rich quick' schemes mutate into an online monster theverge.com comments technology
  10. Netherlands passes net neutrality law, first among EU nations theverge.com comments technology
  11. VLC hits a billion downloads videolan.org comments technology
  12. Mozilla calls Windows RT a return to the 'digital dark ages' for limiting browser choice, Google nods in agreement engadget.com comments technology
  13. Why Are We Still Paying For Hotel Wi-Fi? cnn.com comments technology
  14. Comparison of the Ink Inside HPs Cartridges Over the Years hpinkcartridges.co.uk comments technology
  15. Court Forbids Linking to Pirate Bay Proxies torrentfreak.com comments technology
  16. Mozilla: Windows 8 a 'Return to the Digital Dark Ages' webmonkey.com comments technology
  17. Transparent Aluminum blog.makezine.com comments technology
  18. Mozilla says Microsoft won't allow rival browsers on ARM Windows desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. MIT: magnetically suspended 3D ball control system (super mouse) youtube.com comments technology
  20. 'ICE & FBI Hatch Ingenious Plan To Make DVD Piracy Warnings Longer' techdirt.com comments technology
  21. Kevin Smith's Approach To Competing With Piracy: Give Away A Ton, Then Sell Stuff That Can't Be Pirated techdirt.com comments technology
  22. FBI Fears Bitcoin’s Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  23. Ok, Apple did what we asked. Who do we pressure next? reuters.com comments technology
  24. Mozilla and Google blast IE-only Windows on ARM theregister.co.uk comments technology
  25. DVDs and Blu-rays will now carry two unskippable government warnings arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. Pirate Bay: Hey Anonymous, Stop DDoSing Virgin torrentfreak.com comments technology
  27. New ISP offers Kiwis a “global mode” to bypass geo-blocking arstechnica.com comments technology
  28. Alliant Techsystems surprises with an entry in the competition to carry crew to the International Space Station. arstechnica.com comments technology
  29. Somebody in Japan builds a real life Transformer youtube.com comments technology
  30. "a camera so sensitive it could see a candle on one of Jupiter's moons" First instrument for the James Webb Space Telescope completed phys.org comments technology
  31. Facebook mobile apps: Bad on purpose? digitaltrends.com comments technology
  32. Apple to pitch in on costs for improving Foxconn factory conditions reuters.com comments technology
  33. James Webb telescope's Mid-Infrared Instrument is ready to ship. MIRI will allow the JWT to look out into space and back in time to more than 13 billion years ago. bbc.co.uk comments technology
  34. So How Do We Talk About This? When Children See Internet Pornography nytimes.com comments technology
  35. Could this photograph change the future? io9.com comments technology
  36. kickstarter: printxel 3d printer kickstarter.com comments technology
  37. Play Wolfenstein 3D in your browser! wolfenstein.bethsoft.com comments technology
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