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Question: Closing BTC Price June 17:
$0 - 2 (1.9%)
<$6,500 - 7 (6.7%)
$6,500-$6,750 - 1 (1%)
$6,751-$7,000 - 2 (1.9%)
$7,001-$7,250 - 3 (2.9%)
$7,251-$7,500 - 6 (5.7%)
$7,501-$7,750 - 4 (3.8%)
$7,751-$8,000 - 12 (11.4%)
$8,001-$8,250 - 13 (12.4%)
$8,251-$8,500 - 6 (5.7%)
$8,501-$8,750 - 6 (5.7%)
$8,751-$9,000 - 11 (10.5%)
$9,001,$9,250 - 9 (8.6%)
$9,251-$9,500 - 6 (5.7%)
>$9,500 - 10 (9.5%)
$20,000 - 7 (6.7%)
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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail

I am retarded... what does that mean in this case?

I am retarded
What does that mean in this case?
Five more syllables.




Wut??

He took your question
And made a haiku of it
adding five syllables

One too many in the end I know, getting tired again.
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January 06, 2019, 09:09:14 PM

Actually he already doxxed himself by using his real name. I'd never checked him out before.

Wow. That's a pretty good set of credentials and accomplishments there. I'm impressed.

Interesting.

Considering his long-suffering 'corrections' of BCH/SV/ABCwhatevs doubters I always envisaged someone rather like this -



Anyway, I respect anyone who knows anything. Cos I don't.
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January 06, 2019, 09:09:56 PM

aaaah

and does has to be

4
5
4

THX man

first five syllables
not one more and not one less
second line seven

the third line is five
so to be a true haiku
these rules must obey

EDIT: man i suck at this lol

This is a god mode for non native speaker.
Yeah it's brill. can i just suggest 'pertain' for obey?
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January 06, 2019, 09:12:22 PM

Goose is still wining
and dining his fair lady,
whiners keep whining.

I like micgoossens.
Absolutely no homo.
Rick is having doubts.


hodl smart mans game
bitcoin a hodl on its own
hodlers, yeah hodling

gotta say something
F***ing like blawblob, awesome black
100k fest, see him in flesh


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January 06, 2019, 09:14:23 PM
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The green dildo's up
Tone Vays is panicking
Feels good to be right

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January 06, 2019, 09:15:37 PM
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aaaah

and does has to be

4
5
4

THX man

first five syllables
not one more and not one less
second line seven

the third line is five
so to be a true haiku
these rules must obey

EDIT: man i suck at this lol

This is a god mode for non native speaker.
Yeah it's brill. can i just suggest 'pertain' for obey?

Yeah it's brill. can i
suggest 'pertain' for obey?
Love Teresa May
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January 06, 2019, 09:15:44 PM
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Am I allowed to say out loud that I think the Haiku form is shit and pointless? Though full marks for creativity.

They do not speak to me in any way whatsoever. I presume if one is steeped in Bushido it moves one to tears.

Most people here have limericks in their DNA, most of which have 'Nantucket' in there somewhere.
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January 06, 2019, 09:18:13 PM

Allow me a potentially controversial statement:
The cryptoqueen
Bringing balance to the group
We need more females

4 / 7 / 5 is not a thing, brother  Wink

Well the original Japanese form has 7/5/7 moras, not syllables. A long syllable counts as 2 moras, so it could be argued, in principle, that 'queen' is 2... but then 'need' would be 2, too. No way to save that, sorry  Grin

sorry, the site screwed it up, does not know that queen is ONE syllable, apparently.
how many in queeen? maybe two, since it is not a real word, like quee-en?
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January 06, 2019, 09:18:24 PM

aaaah

and does has to be

4
5
4

THX man

first five syllables
not one more and not one less
second line seven

the third line is five
so to be a true haiku
these rules must obey

EDIT: man i suck at this lol

This is a god mode for non native speaker.
Yeah it's brill. can i just suggest 'pertain' for obey?
Yes please.

And why everyone writing like this?
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Am I allowed to say out loud that I think Haikus are shit and pointless?

Yes
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Am I allowed to say out loud that I think the Haiku form is shit and pointless? Though full marks for creativity.

They do not speak to me in any way whatsoever. I presume if one is steeped in Bushido it moves one to tears.

Most people here have limericks in their DNA, most of which have 'Nantucket' in there somewhere.

'Tis just a green Sunday game, man.
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'Tis just a green Sunday game, man.

You should be face down on a church floor reflecting on your weekly evils. Not this heathen frivolity.
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Am I allowed to say out loud that I think the Haiku form is shit and pointless? Though full marks for creativity.

They do not speak to me in any way whatsoever. I presume if one is steeped in Bushido it moves one to tears.

Most people here have limericks in their DNA, most of which have 'Nantucket' in there somewhere.

Thanks for posting paper
Bitcoin fractions have been sent
You are a good sport

Dang, wrong.

Thank you for the Times
Bitcoin fractions have been sent
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January 06, 2019, 09:24:16 PM

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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

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What was your involvement?

It's not that opaque. After all, I've been accused of poor opsec. Smiley

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I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system.

Yup. Disk latencies have up till recently hidden universes of poor design in other layers of the storage stack, OSs, middleware, and applications themselves. With the widespread availability of NAND's much lower latencies, a more efficient protocol than ATA or SCSI -- namely NVMe (though SCSI's SOP/PQI would have been in my opinion a superior technology ((though it's hard to fight Intel))* ) -- is necessary to unlock it's native performance.

*::hrumph!:: what's another borg-ian windmill against which to tilt?

However, NVMe itself is really not efficient enough for NAND. SW stack latencies are still greater than the underlying media's access times. And with a new generation of Storage Class Memory -- another order of magnitude faster than NAND -- just around the corner, this problem will only become proportionally larger.

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I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

Even further. As recognition of the inefficiencies that have allowed to fester for a half-century become more widespread, attention will turn to the entire storage stack, the POSIX interface, and applications, ushering in a complete rearchitecting of canonical computer system architecture.
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January 06, 2019, 09:29:15 PM

Thanks for posting paper
Bitcoin fractions have been sent
You are a good sport

Ah. Cool.

Hopefully you should get it by the end of next week. When you sell it for billions name your Thai housekeeper after me.
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will this re-bart down or follow through?
I give it 50:50, although we keep having good weekends and bad Mondays.
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Hmm. And I was just about to ask about how PoK seemed to be a non-event.

It was quiet. Too quiet.
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Thanks for posting paper
Bitcoin fractions have been sent
You are a good sport

Ah. Cool.

Hopefully you should get it by the end of next week. When you sell it for billions name your Thai housekeeper after me.

My housekeeper will
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will this re-bart down or follow through?
I give it 50:50, although we keep having good weekends and bad Mondays.

(@coinmeister)
Sometimes there's blood with these downtimes, sometimes it's a bit meh.
I hope for blood.
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I was an SSD fan ...
You can thank me later Wink

? ? ?

What was your involvement? NVRAM or controller development? Civil or military?

I realize SSDs date back to the late 1980s. I'm fascinated by the early history.

I always saw storage as the main performance bottleneck in any computer system. I figured when cheap low-power-consumption high-capacity dependable solid state storage was achieved, we'd see a whole new world of portable devices.

It's not surprising that the first netbooks and then smartphones and tablets followed closely behind the development of MLC and TLC flash and controllers with improved wear leveling and garbage collection algorithms. Sure, improved battery and radio technologies helped but the mobile revolution was spurred by SSDs.

Inb4 jbreher fully dox himself: He is a fucking good mass storage engineer/developer. Would love he tells us more details if he feels like. He may have a wrong view of what is the true Bitcoin but the guy really knows his shit and has more high stakes pro level technical background that most of us here. Respect.

And just like that, his hard-on for big-blocks becomes entirely clear!
Man's gotta make a livin'...

But I've 'retired'. Only vocational work I'm dong now is shepherding two standards specifications through the gauntlet. On my own dime. So no monetary upside.

So no, I'm not even shilling for the storage industry.
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