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1  Economy / Goods / WTS 2 Items - Xbox one day one and Antminer S1 on: April 04, 2014, 02:30:18 AM
Looking to sell my xbox one day one edition, with assassins creed black flag, call of duty ghosts and dead rising 3. Everything in perfect condition no gimmicks no scams.

Also selling my Antminer S1 with power supply and extra fan for the back of the miner. Also in perfect condition.

Make some offers if you are interested please.

Time for some toys to go :/ babies are expensive.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / Blockchain.info 2FA SMS limit on: March 22, 2014, 01:46:58 PM
Has anyone else seen this before? I can't login to blockchain because my 2fa SMS has received too many text messages for the day. Ugh! Placed a support ticket but damn man I wish they gave some kind of a warning that says hey you only have two texts left today. I would have used google auth if I knew this. I'm sure nothing nefarious is going on it just sucks. I love the service they provide but being limited to my funds is silly. The vast majority of my coins are cold storage. Keep some there for playing around with.

Does anyone know if it's 24 hours since the last text message they sent? I have no counter or timer so I'm just trying every few hours. I hope by tying again I'm not resetting the timer.
3  Other / Off-topic / Coolest clock ever! on: March 19, 2014, 03:03:30 AM
So I finally got my Nixie Ramos in! It's pricy but damn this thing is awesome. No more late for work lol. Can't turn it off or unplug it. I gotta get up and go into my garage and type today's date into the keypad. Wife fucking hates it.

http://www.ramosclock.com/products/nixie-ramos

Just shot them an email too letting them know they need to start accepting BTC!

4  Other / Off-topic / VMware ESX 5.1 Question on: March 09, 2014, 02:44:13 PM
So I've got this problem. Wonder if I can get any thoughts from you guys on wtf this may be. So I have an ESX server in a datacenter for some clients equipment. It runs some pretty vanilla stuff. Two of the VMs are sophos astaro security gateway v9's. Those two firewalls work flawlessly. Here's the problem I'm having. I spun up another server 2k8r2 vm specifically for the purpose of monitoring the environment. Nothing crazy on the vm. Installed my monitoring package. Same setup I use at 20 other sites. The only difference is the firewalls are virtual and the other sites have hardware firewalls. When I start the monitoring on the virtual machines it starts collecting data and locks up the whole esx environment and it turns to shit. The only way to stabilize is turn off my monitor vm and then reboot the firewall vms. Do you think that because I'm monitoring the system which contains the virtual firewalls that somehow I'm confusing it because the traffic is all passing inside one device? I can't figure this one out! It's like all the virtual disks in the san start acting in read only mode for the two sophos vms. Can't login to their web interface. They completely flake out.

Sophos support was pretty useless. They said they haven't run across a setup like this before. Maybe I'll get lucky and someone in here can throw some clarity at me!


-brad
5  Other / Off-topic / SSCP/CISSP certification. on: March 09, 2014, 02:33:22 PM
So I went and took my SSCP exam last week. Definitely one of the harder certs I've worked on. Test was trying to trip me up at every question. Finished up and was already thinking about the reschedule but I passed. Yay. Kinda surprised though. These ISC2 tests are odd. Nailed the crypto part just got tripped up on the stupid OSI layers. Anyway have any of you guys took the CISSP? I can only imagine that ones gonna be a doozy. Ugh

What kind of certs do some of you guys have? I know there's a lot of other IT people in here!

I have
MCTS (office 365)
LTCP (Labtech Certified Professional)
Sophos Certified Engineer
Barracuda Certified Engineer
SSCP (waiting on endorsement paperwork to go through)
VMCE

Next up this month is MCSE 2012 and VCP
6  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / What's after the terrahash? on: March 08, 2014, 04:27:31 PM
With the exponential growth of mining power, what comes after the terrahash? In three years where do you think mining will be? Is the last coin generation estimate of 2140 variable?

Thanks!
7  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] 22 Mining Rigs on: April 10, 2013, 08:39:51 PM
WTS 22 Mining rigs with Sapphire Xtreme Radeon 5830's each. 13.2GH/Sec
8  Economy / Invites & Accounts / WTS WOW Account on: October 21, 2012, 11:23:16 PM
Staghelm Server - TheAbrams - 82 Warrior http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/staghelm/Theabrams/simple
Staghelm Server - Internet the Explorer - 80 Mage http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/staghelm/Int%C3%A9rnet/simple
Staghelm Server - DkBrad - 71 Death Knight - http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/staghelm/Dkbrad/simple

There's also a 71,52,51,40 and a couple others on the accounts. 6500 G between chars. Plenty of Epics between all of them. Plenty of crafting skills 375+ and plenty of craft mounts. Turbo flying chopper. Epic flying on many. Too much to list. Has the Pandaren Expansion. Account is active.

Curious to see how much someone is willing to pay in bitcoin for transfer. Ready to sell if the price is fair. Discuss?

Thanks so much,
Brad
9  Economy / Trading Discussion / thsale.com and any other game gold farming on: September 22, 2011, 02:04:44 AM
has anyone looked into trying to get the gold farming industry into bitcoin? I've personally spent hundreds and hundreds on this and they have to be getting tired of paypal.
10  Economy / Speculation / what would happen to bitcoin if... on: September 21, 2011, 11:28:11 PM
What do you think would happen to bitcoin say a year from now if it was more widely adopted and being used as say a paypal alternative but bitcoins were at a fixed price? Lets just say $8.00/btc

thoughts?
11  Other / Off-topic / Best 9/11 Documentary I've ever seen on: September 13, 2011, 04:26:46 PM
Just watched this. WOW. I thought I saw them all but this one was amazing. Tons of footage inside tower 1 while they were filming a documentary. You guys should check this out if you have time.

http://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/9-11-the-filmmakers-commemorative/id461900937
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / New Bitcoin Article? on: August 24, 2011, 03:08:27 PM
This might be a repost, not sure. Have you seen the front page of npr.org? "Should you bank on Bitcoin?"
How can these people be so negative? They get some law student from harvard and they say "bitcoin will not be there in x amount of years". How can anyone possibly say that?
13  Economy / Marketplace / Anyone have any contacts with these companies? on: August 08, 2011, 03:51:00 PM
Megaupload, fileserve, rapidshare, filesonic?

I'm just thinking it would be awesome for the community if we could find someone with any type of contacts at these companies to start accepting bitcoin for their monthly fees. If anyone has any contacts with these companies please let me know. I'd be willing to pay for their senior management to attend the bitcoin conference bruce is having.
14  Bitcoin / Mining / How much money are you losing? on: August 03, 2011, 02:00:37 AM
With the new difficulty combined with today's CRAPTASTIC prices hovering in the high 11.9's compared to the last difficulty and prices around 14 i'm losing about $100 per day. Are you guys selling or hoarding? This shit is giving me heartburn lately.
15  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / iPhone bump app on: July 29, 2011, 03:28:31 AM
does anyone know if something like this exists or is in the making? with the bump app it's so easy to bump two iPhones together and send photos, apps, etc. it would be awesome to interface that with bitcoins. have your key pre programmed bump phones send x amount of btc.
16  Economy / Goods / need info plz on best way to accept bitcoin. on: July 19, 2011, 03:30:09 AM
so one of my co workers has seen the success I've been having mining bitcoin lately and loves the concept. he owns a bar in new orleans and thinks it would be great to start accepting bitcoin for all drinks and dart supplies he sells at the store. then advertise it around the city and LSU/UNO campus for the tech savvy cats that love to drink. his biggest concern in speaking with him is how to get someone to pay their tab quickly, with a decent price closely related to the daily market price. is there nothing out there yet that can make this easier on merchants? to be honest having some drunk bartender calculate exchange rates and swap long bitcoin addresses quickly seems very inefficient. plus won't there be time where the customer has to wait for a few confirmations to come through? wish there was a quicker way with this stuff. thanks for any info it's much appreciated. forgive any misspellings. I'm iphoning from muh sofa.
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Need advice on a buildout on: July 01, 2011, 05:52:54 PM
So I've been researching for weeks. Setup two small servers just to make sure I could get cold hard cash back for the processing power. Ready to move forward and have secured an investor for $100,000 - $250,000 worth of equipment for a buildout. I had enough trouble finding the cards to run in two simple servers. Does anyone have any suggestions on a large buildout such as this? We have a large airconditioned room in a country club secured for the buildout. Great airconditioning and going to be running enough fans to keep it good to go. Rackmount or standalones are not an issue. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? How to secure massive amounts of these video cards (mixing models) is not an issue to me. I don't mind having 300m/hash boxes mixed in with 2g/hash boxes. Also the club is setup for alot of juice but will I need to roll a power truck and have 10-12 new circuits installed? Also should I join all this equipment to a established pool or just run this solo? Please any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.


Thanks so much!
-Brad
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