@aphyr is this on IPv4? how did you get a /64 so easily?
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@rusty Do you think Lightning Labs will support this option? I assume you want to standardize it?
@schenklklopfer `< <(...)` ist ja nur eine andere schweibweise um stdin zu füllen. Man könnte auch einfach pipes nutzen: `echo -e 'abc\nboooo' | while read LINE; do echo $LINE | wc -c; done`
@muesli Wie weißt du dass du in einer freien Gesellschaft lebst? Weil eben die anderen nicht so machen wie du dir wünscht ;) Ich finde es merkwürdig dass es kein Singapore-ähnliches Land in Europa ist.
From “Dark Mirror” by Barton #Gellman:
‘In 2011, I shared a stage in Silicon Valley with Google’s Eric Schmidt. He asked, “Wouldn’t you like to be able to say to your Android phone, ‘Where are my car keys?’ ” Good God, no, I told him. Maybe I’m in a casino. Maybe the bartender took my keys and I’m sleeping it off in a room upstairs, never mind whose. I’d be glad to have my phone track my life, but I don’t want you to know. Schmidt observed that my personal life was evidently more interesting than his, which I doubted, and that Android users love the way their phones hand them information before they even ask. The technology, I agreed, is marvelous. It’s like having Batman’s Alfred in my pocket, except that Alfred is not working for me. He is following me, taking notes, and sending them to you. I asked whether Schmidt could foresee a time when I could pay in cash for Google services, rather than agree to be spied on. He disputed the verb, but replied candidly. That’s not our business model, he said.’
@fribbledom This makes little sense as the same energy usage is independent of the amount of transactions a block contains.
Let's assume you make a Bitcoin transaction now, and you measure the work of the next block. Then measure again, without making a transaction. The work of those two blocks will be independent. The miner is getting paid even with no fee market.
You can't just divide energy usage by transaction count.
Another flaw: off-chain transactions are not considered.
@lain That is very niche media, and it is in Japanese. Wikipedia editors can be a drag to argue with, I think it's better to just wait until it gets a mention in the NYTimes or something like that...
@rysiek What's your opinion on it as a tool for banking the unbanked? See https://www.forbes.com/sites/tatianakoffman/2020/07/14/this-el-salvador-village-adopts-bitcoin-as-money/?sh=5362bb642044
@juliobiason What's bad about humor? Many people come to Mastodon to banter and relax.
I'd suggest a post-categorization system such that it would be easier for you to filter out...
HTML and CSS simple tips and tricks for your website.
The goal is to help you with easy tricks to make the HTML of your website accessible, readable by everyone and optimized for low bandwidth. I cover a LOT of things in these 20+ pages of text and I still need to add one or two more.
I'll share some parts in the next days, thanks for everyone who took time to proofread this huge beast. #theWorkshop
@schenklklopfer wie hättest du es gemacht?
Danish computer scientist living in Mexico. Into functional programming. Currently working for TuPronto
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