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1221  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Duality of Bitcoin on: July 17, 2011, 02:33:27 PM
Libertarians are more llke free love hippies when it come to open source, communal development, and copyright.  Cool

Ok, ignore what I just say in the last sentence.

Libertarianism isn't opposed to open source or anything like that. We like voluntarism very much.
1222  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Ben Laurie's paper on "efficient way" to do money, as opposed to bitcoin on: July 17, 2011, 02:26:46 PM
Anyway, he(Ben Laurie) doesn't have any sense...

The discussion is beyond my head so....but I heard Ben Laurie doesn't like bitcoin because it isn't elegant and efficient at all, according to the Bitcoin is Worse is Better article that was published on my site.
1223  Economy / Speculation / Re: Bitcoin Technical Analysis on: July 17, 2011, 11:06:21 AM

I see $11.19 on the depth table now, and it doesn't look like this downward movement is abating.  So...

Here's hoping that my dwolla transfer making it in time for me to start buying bitcoin on the cheap.
1224  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 10:49:58 AM
Add padding to front page. Linkify Bitcoin Weekly logo. Center navigational bar. Change font to verdana and improve layout of articles.

Probably more work to do, but I been at this like six hours stright. Good morning. See ya in the afternoon.

Also, don't forget to leave feedback.
1225  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 09:29:07 AM
I'm only going to try once more : it should be more about what your readers want than what you want to do. first impression really does matter.
Dunno. I am going to wait for feedback from more people. I like it better than the old ones, plus they told me to get rid of the borders.

If people told me in significant number(say, 30%), I will revamp it until it works.

Though, I should buy hire a CSS designer because I don't actually have design sense or perhaps just buy a template. I like doing it too much.
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once you install wordpress, you can make it as simple as you want it to be, and it takes no time to add new posts.
It's true that I could just have used wordpress and be done with it.

But I took bitcoin weekly as an opportunity to learn web development. Plus, I do ruby on rails development at my day job anyway. In doing the revamp, I learn a lot about sass, which make it really easy for me to do CSS customization!
1226  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 09:06:39 AM
I tend to like clean site designs but in this case I'd say it's gone beyond minimalistic to looking like the webmaster didn't care to put time into making it look good.

It looks better to me than what I got yesterday.
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Unless you want to do something fanciful, the default Wordpress installation, existing themes and plugins should cover all the typical webzine needs. No programming needed and you get something that can look very professional without looking cluttered if you pick a right theme and get rid of unnecessary links.

I don't need all the bell and whistles of wordpress.
1227  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 08:47:47 AM
Functionally, none of the links on the top of the page are working for me, it's like it's an image instead of links.
How about some padding between the columns, and some between the horizontal lines and the headings.
Should be fixed. Let me know if it ain't?

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Honestly if I were you I would run it as a wordpress blog.

Why would I want to do that? I would need to learn php and learn how to write my own plugins.
1228  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 08:16:52 AM
Functionally, none of the links on the top of the page are working for me, it's like it's an image instead of links.
How about some padding between the columns, and some between the horizontal lines and the headings.

Honestly if I were you I would run it as a wordpress blog.

Very strange. I started getting it too.
1229  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 07:59:00 AM
"We're sorry, but something went wrong.

We've been notified about this issue and we'll take a look at it shortly."



that's as minimalist as I have seen

Gone like the wind.
1230  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Weekly's New Look on: July 17, 2011, 07:22:12 AM
http://bitcoinweekly.com/

Been working my butt off all night to make bitcoin weekly even more minimalist.  Cool

Love it or hate it, let me know.
1231  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Mt.Gox scares people into selling on: July 17, 2011, 07:20:30 AM
The way that Mt. Gox is set up makes people buy and sell faster. If you keep a constant eye on it, wanting to see when you should sell or buy, you will.

They have made it so that they get much more traffic than needed. They have digits down to the fifth decimal point. When prices change, it looks like a big change (like 13.52470 to 13.34410). I'm not talking about the big transactions, but most of the ones I see are less than a dozen. And when you are trading a small amount of coins, it's hardly any difference in price. But the numbers look bigger because of so many decimal places and people panic or get really excited and buy or sell right away.

Is this true? I know that's what happens in my mind as I watch Mt.Gox Live

Dude, you need to take a chill pill.
1232  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Targeted Deflation Rate on: July 17, 2011, 05:22:26 AM
Different from the FED in that the goal would be to achieve deflation of around 2% or more per year. FED aims for inflation of around 2%. Also different in that currency generation is specified by an algorithm rather than an appointed commitee. Similar to the FED in that the system takes currency in and out of circulation to limit price volatility.

Extreme economic growth is going to lead to extreme deflation. You're going to prevent everyone from benefiting from deflation?
1233  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: I don't trust mybitcoin, but how come so many trust it? on: July 16, 2011, 08:28:35 PM
I am thinking about other online wallet alternatives. Any of ya recommend one?
1234  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is This Bitcoin Weekly Comic Crap? on: July 16, 2011, 06:10:37 PM
I like the comic.

Do not have the writer change because it is his art, unless Joey Dangerous wants to start catering to whatever audience must be messaging him or you about this (I mean, this stems from somewhere). 

I don't view arts as a static thing that don't change. Art is part of culture and culture mutate and changes as they become more used. I hope Joey Dangerous thinks the same way too.
1235  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: If you guys want Bitcoin to heat up again .... on: July 16, 2011, 06:07:35 PM
We need compelling reasons to spend our coins. It seems everyone is selling tshirts and random knick knacks that we don't need and can probably find cheaper in a retail store. We need retailers to start selling quality products instead of drop shipping random crap from china.

I want bitcoin mugs!
1236  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: If you guys want Bitcoin to heat up again .... on: July 16, 2011, 02:28:47 PM
there are no workers that get paid in btc,
they would boost btc economy,

now "economy" consists of only merchants,
so we have to wait for the real entrepreneurs that would hire and pay people in btc
I have employees.
1237  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is This Bitcoin Weekly Comic Crap? on: July 16, 2011, 02:21:43 PM
It really wasn't as bad as I was expecting after reading the thread. You can clearly draw well, and I liked Bitcoin Squirrel.

Keep in mind that Joey Dangerous was responsible for the art.
1238  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Gavin and Bruce doing Satoshi dirty work? on: July 16, 2011, 07:51:18 AM
Satoshi should be proud of what he's invented and he doesn't owe us anything. Go be happy and enjoy life, we're all doing the same thing why should we demand he make a sacrifice we're not making? He has a duty because he's smart? Seriously? I hope he has 50k bitcoins and he's on a beach somewhere from where I'm sitting he's earned it.

In some way, Satoshi sacrifices personal reputation. He might become one of the most famous inventor of this century, but nobody knows who he really is.

To me, Satoshi is a quiet professional. Doing great things in the world but not necessarily known by the world to do great things. It's like being a navy seal. You're one of the best special force unit in the world but you may never be famous.
1239  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: If you guys want Bitcoin to heat up again .... on: July 16, 2011, 07:43:06 AM
Folks, remember that practically almost everything in the bitcoin economy and community is a few months old at most. The speed of activities that we are used to are extremely fast.

Right now, we are merely in a lull. Develop some patience and the pace of the bitcoin world will quicken as we recuperate.
1240  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Is This Bitcoin Weekly Comic Crap? on: July 16, 2011, 07:36:06 AM
It seems like all the comics are funny to somebody.

Some comics received more scorn than others. Some barely make people laugh.

Very interesting.

Of course, I wish to up the effectiveness of Bitcoin Weekly's comics.
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