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1  Other / Off-topic / nootropics? on: August 31, 2011, 12:21:26 AM
Sup, any of you use nootropics?

I like em, I take pure choline bitartrate quite often,
I also take 1,3 dimethylamylamine, sure it's a stimulant and not exactly a nootropic but I like the extra oomph oomph oomph! XD

Racetams are cool too, oxiractam to be precise, but idebnone, is so good man.

choline bitartrate and ideb I rate.



2  Bitcoin / Project Development / does everyone mostly use node.js for the exchange api calls for charting? on: August 28, 2011, 01:55:16 AM
If so which version builds properly on Debian systems?
If not, then how?
3  Bitcoin / Project Development / how are you pulling JSON from exchanges? on: August 26, 2011, 09:31:07 PM
Every time I look at the page source of tickers, order books and charts, I don't see anything.
Is this all happening with SSI?
4  Other / Off-topic / I JUST GOT UNBANNED!!!!!!!!!! on: August 26, 2011, 06:13:54 PM
MUAHAHHAHAHAHHAHA SELL SELL SELL!!!!!!!!!!!
5  Other / Off-topic / Character_assassination on: August 18, 2011, 10:10:40 AM
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Character_assassination

This is what scumbag politicians do to people IRL.

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In practice, character assassination may involve doublespeak, spreading of rumors, innuendo or deliberate misinformation on topics relating to the subject's morals, integrity, and reputation. It may involve spinning information that is technically true, but that is presented in a misleading manner or is presented without the necessary context. For example, it might be said that a person refused to pay any income tax during a specific year, without saying that no tax was actually owed due to the person having no income that year, or that a person was sacked from a firm, even though he may have been made redundant through no fault of his own, rather than being terminated for cause.
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Figured i'd give some of you guys a lesson on who you are to become.
6  Other / Off-topic / need a calculator like this in JS! on: August 13, 2011, 04:44:15 PM
Okay mods I put this here so when you move it, the link will still kinda be in the main discussions! XD

We need a Javascript bitcoin/ixcoin/namecoin calculator just like this one:



http://www.sspi-software.com/stockcalc_win.html

this software allows to input all the monies you have, input the fee and the buy price and then gives you the amount of coins you can buy, also works the other way. So you can spend the entire amount in your account

Something just like this in JS would be highly useful.

If someone has something equa' or more useful already in JS, I promise I will not post any messages or threads the rest of the entire weekend! Grin
7  Other / Off-topic / dd-wrt project question input on: August 11, 2011, 11:16:10 PM
I have been sitting on this idea for a while about using dd-wrt to host a neighborhood forum,
maybe even for a little file sharting too.

Main thing is I want to know is how feasible it is to do this, how easy.
a very light forum as it wouldn't be connected to the internet either, it would only really exist as a place to converse with neighbors.

figure 100 users max with 2 9dbi antennas on a linux wrt54g.
I know I could solder a cf or sd port to it to host the files for the forum.
or if I got a better model maybe even host it from ram?
I'm thinking anymore than 100 users might be able to fry it.
I figure I could just switch ports in the admin panel so when someone connects to it, it brings up the forum instantly. then I could have the admin panel access behind WPA2 maybe, I'm just not sure how that would work.

any input or know of a way to do this?
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Security Audit recommendations for Win7/XP, OSX and Linux on: August 10, 2011, 05:18:51 AM
After browsing the subreddit and seeing a dude recommending security audits having been downvoted by everyone there. I decided to start running security audits on my toyboxen since here lately I've pissed several people off, who I'm sure as hell are the scumbag types. XD haha and I realized Hey! this shit is exactly what everyone else should be doing that isn't already.

You can recommend using linux or truecrypt or whatever else, but that shit is completely meaningless unless you know how to audit your security. Just because "insert random shit here" doesn't find anything it doesn't mean someone has access to your system. For instance microshafters have a hole just for them (and probably mil) in win7. So even if it seems* you are alone, it could just be a configuration allowing some fat dude neckbeard eating doritos watching you watch your pornz, and if you watch the really good shit, of course he is, and probably even telling his crew cut comrades! xD

So after this post, I hope that you guys can begin providing outlets, methods & software usage for security auditing.

Things like using netstat and what all that gibberish means, you don't have to make it easy, just usable enough with a concise description and some copy / pasting into consoles/terminals/prompts.

lot's of people require this info, to the point they don't even know it.
9  Other / Meta / LOCK MY THREAD BITCH! on: August 08, 2011, 02:17:36 AM
Cheesy
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Mt Gox! add nominal bid charge on: August 08, 2011, 02:06:06 AM
We request MT GOX begin adding a charges to 10+ bids within 24 hours.
ASAP

The people have spoken.

p.s. doing so would allow your site to stop timing out, or pay for more servers.

Either way. You Win. Cheesy
11  Other / Meta / should kill this forum on: August 06, 2011, 09:42:03 PM
now!
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / DO NOT SELL TO BOTS OR BUY FROM BOTS on: August 03, 2011, 03:42:05 AM



Right Now. as soon as you buy, the price will drop.
when a person buys, it's a bot selling.
if that happens, the bot has to make the price lower,
so it can buy more.

so right now, buying is always a loss to the buyer.

therefore, do not sell to or buy from the bots.

Wink



so far, there have been several people who have publicly stated using Bots.
You have been been logged and today, you are now targeted.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / "links" browser forum login script on: July 31, 2011, 03:35:35 PM
.is it possible to login to the forum with links2 and a bash script?



14  Other / Off-topic / the browser you use? on: July 30, 2011, 09:23:27 PM
You get 4 votes each, and you can change your vote too.
If you choose other please specify.
15  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / adequate PCI cards for mining? on: July 27, 2011, 04:29:28 PM
I'm curious if there are any cards using PCI slots that can be used for mining?

Maybe even a PCI to PCI-E cable adapter, would something like that work if it exists?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / removing actual full amount from wallet.dat? on: July 24, 2011, 12:11:43 PM
I have multiple wallets, 2 in different linux boxen and 2 different windows boxes.

each of these wallets more than likely have sub 0.00...

What I am requesting info for is how to remove everything down to the smallest denomination from the wallets.
or the X's in 0.00XXXXXX

At this current moment in time those bits are not too important I guess, so should I just take those seemingly empty wallet.dats and put them on the shelf?

BTW:
Thanks in advance, you guys are Awesome. Smiley
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / please stop using the bitcoin client on your home computers to store your BTC on: July 23, 2011, 07:43:29 PM
*This isn't intended for security experts
**rant alert!

It was great in the beginning, the client was bitcoin's harbinger,
but now it's a completely new game that requires a level of security,
that isn't here or foreseeable yet. It's talked about, but it's still far away.

Out of maybe 20-40 issues I've seen since signing up to this forum the people with the most bitcoins lost due to theft, computer or even user failure was from running the client.

The real options right now that is not widely spread to new people, and is actually turning people away is not knowing to entrust your stake with an exchange or online wallet.
The people that run exchanges and online wallets have so much more to lose than you, so please use them.

If their site goes down, their business goes down, therefore the site being up and secure is of the utmost importance to them. This can be relied on, as trust and security is interdependent to them. If one is lost the other is taken for as long as the imbalance is happening.

Remember to do your own research into this.
If running the client is the most secure method for your situation, and you are not at Mensa level, I'm the only person telling you to reflect on this rant. I don't like seeing people pissed off, confused and just being kind of hateful and hugely skeptical toward and of one another. 

So, if after all the research you have done, all of this is still becoming way to daunting for you, use an exchange or online wallet. You will feel so much better having that layer of detachment and you might even notice no transaction fees. After that all you have to really be mindful of is managing all of your passwords, and the computer you are using.

/end of line
18  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / is LPS any good? on: July 22, 2011, 07:05:47 PM
I noticed today on Slashdot:
http://www.spi.dod.mil/lipose.htm
a free miltary live cd being distributed by the DoD.
http://www.spi.dod.mil/docs/LPS-1.2.2_public_deluxe.iso

think they would put backdoors into it?

FYI that is a DoD site AFAIK. xD
19  Economy / Trading Discussion / How easy would it be on: July 22, 2011, 06:10:43 PM
If one person had enough money and one to a few variances of bots to become completely embedded in Mt Gox so that anything being sold and bought was being bought and sold through them.
For instance anytime someone went to sell, it would be buying, at the price it set, anytime you buy you are still buying at it's set price. Then when it needs to balance itself we see large jumps and drops.

There really is no way around it is there?
20  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Spreadsheets with Mt Gox Tradehill Bitcoin 7 CampBX, Dwolla and maybe more? on: July 22, 2011, 04:33:02 AM
I'm looking for a way I can visualize all of my history from Mt Gox, Tradehill, Bitcoin 7, CampBX and Dwolla. maybe even later add mining pools.

I should admit I barely know spread sheets, so when I went to import the CSV from Tradehill and Mt Gox into OpenOffice I couldn't figure out how to do it correctly. I just get a big mess.

Does anything exist that can collate the history CSVs and populate maybe a spreadsheet either googledocs or openoffice cal sheets?

I noticed Mt Gox CSV doesn't show BTC properly, along with the Thai char breaking it the BTC column doesn't have a decimal. I guess this is quite an issue for anyone wanting to do something like this.

If more people are interested, maybe we could start a bounty?

An App might be better suited?
Would be nice to have on desktop though.

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