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February 18, 2016, 09:30:15 PM
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I quite liked the trust machine book.
You liked it so much you necropumped this thread right out of the grave with a one-liner that no one gives a shit about.  Admittedly the thread wasn't ice cold yet but still.

That must've been a bookstore because I've never seen those magazines at the normal places that sell magazines nowadays, pharmacies and supermarkets.  Still, I guess it does show what OP posits, which is that bitcoin is starting to become a mainstream thing.

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February 19, 2016, 05:56:20 AM
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This is strange, I went for a hair cut yesterday and on the coffee table between the other magazines, I picked out that copy of <The Economist> and read the article. Today I browse the forum and I see this old thread being revived. I guess it's a sign, I need to buy more bitcoins today!

The shift in focus is definitely towards discussion of the Blockchain and not Bitcoin, but who cares.   

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