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April 12, 2019, 03:31:19 PM



My new Wallet !!!  Wink

It may be that many who read WO, have never seen it.

Floppy disk > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk
The mighty Floppy disk
The only mobile storage available back then.
Who had one/some?
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April 12, 2019, 03:32:43 PM

What is it all about? I have no idea.
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April 12, 2019, 03:34:49 PM

The mighty Floppy disk
The only mobile storage available back then.
Who had one/some?

Hell. I've even still got a USB FDD (floppy disk drive).
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April 12, 2019, 03:37:56 PM

The only thing i believe from the media is the sport section atleast they can't manipulate the sport results.

Hear hear.
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Don't share sympathy for scammer Craig and Calvin they got what they deserved.

Scammer Roger will experience sort-like of karma too someday.
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Hell. I've even still got a USB FDD (floppy disk drive).
You can send it to any museum LOL
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April 12, 2019, 03:44:44 PM

So many people are targeting Julian and calling him a Russian puppet. It's fucking pathetic how easily the media can turn views.

Sheeple.

shit not gonna catch up, gotta check out. l8rs WO
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what is this "brake pedal" you speak of?


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April 12, 2019, 03:47:42 PM

i will never own an alexa/google/amazon voice activated device, unless there is an actual physical switch to cut the mics out of circuit.
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btw many modern tvs have mics and web cams built in now. and IoT stuff like security cameras, some of which have mics so you can use then for intercoms, are notoriously bad at security and most will never get updates.
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like any smartphone or laptop with a built in mic is powered off and put in another room when setting up wallet seed words. paranoia? sure but it is based on failings of the current tech used.

The only sure way is to unplug everything and remove the batteries.

some devices dont have removable batteries anymore (think latest gen smartphones) and they may have super capacitor backup.. again, not removable.

and most all devices nowadays are still minimally "on" even when theyre "off" via the power button. something is always running, if only to monitor the power button status. and if it can do that when "off" it can do most anything else when programmed right. camera, mics, access files ect. therefor they can be compromised even when off. they have to be far enough away that they simply cant spy on you.
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My new Wallet !!!  Wink

It may be that many who read WO, have never seen it.

Floppy disk > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk
Better keep that thing well away from any magnets

You want a magnet-proof wallet?



Oops. I'm showing my age again.

hollorith(sP?) code storage. gotta run
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Oops. I'm showing my age again.
Got you Grand pa 🤣
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April 12, 2019, 03:53:50 PM

You want a magnet-proof wallet?



Oops. I'm showing my age again.

hollorith(sP?) code storage. gotta run

Punch cards would be good for storing a private key, so long as they don't flutter off into the wind and get mixed together out of order. Or if you lose one. Probably better off just writing it down on a piece of paper...

Well hey, if they ran the HAL-9000 off those things, maybe they could run a decentralized network. Maybe not.
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My new Wallet !!!  Wink

It may be that many who read WO, have never seen it.

Floppy disk > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk
The mighty Floppy disk
The only mobile storage available back then.
Who had one/some?

These modern ones aren't even floppy.

8 inches of truly floppy is the only way to move data
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These modern ones aren't even floppy.

8 inches of truly floppy is the only way to move data
Are you saying the Floppy disks are still in the market?
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April 12, 2019, 04:02:19 PM

You want a magnet-proof wallet?



Oops. I'm showing my age again.

hollorith(sP?) code storage. gotta run

Punch cards would be good for storing a private key, so long as they don't flutter off into the wind and get mixed together out of order. Or if you lose one. Probably better off just writing it down on a piece of paper...

Well hey, if they ran the HAL-9000 off those things, maybe they could run a decentralized network. Maybe not.

there is a steel punch plate for private keys Smiley https://www.blockplate.com/
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These modern ones aren't even floppy.

8 inches of truly floppy is the only way to move data
Are you saying the Floppy disks are still in the market?

don't think so. Haven't flapped one in er, decades I should think

just always seemed odd that they were still called floppy when after the 5 1/4 they weren't. I suppose "hard" had been taken...
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April 12, 2019, 04:08:33 PM



My new Wallet !!!  Wink

It may be that many who read WO, have never seen it.

Floppy disk > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Floppy_disk
The mighty Floppy disk
The only mobile storage available back then.
Who had one/some?

These were called "stiffy" disks back in my part of town. The 8" floppy disks are the much bigger cousin of this guy and is what I used to play Space quest 1 on.





God those were the days.

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April 12, 2019, 04:14:26 PM

Probably better off just writing it down on a piece of paper...

Bingo!

Been saying it for years.
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April 12, 2019, 04:15:16 PM
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If you didnt spend 5 minutes waiting for an audio tape to load a game, you didnt live the golden age.
I miss my ZX Spectrum..All the squeaks and sounds only to end with an "R Tape Loading error"


10 Rem This is my private key

Save "wallet"

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April 12, 2019, 04:15:30 PM

Good old days.

Now we have blockchain.
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April 12, 2019, 04:15:54 PM

there is a steel punch plate for private keys Smiley https://www.blockplate.com/

That's an interesting idea... Of course if you're a moron who uses a really simple mnemonic its not going to help you. From the how it works:

"These words are pulled from a specific list of 2048 words.  In this list, the first 4 letters are unique to each word.

In other words, there are no two words in this list with the same first 4 letters.

That means if you have the first 4 letters, you know the rest of the word by looking for those first 4 letters in the BIP39 list. Some wallets will even fill in the rest of the word once the first 4 letters are entered."


Hmm... so its built for a 6 word mnemonic out of a list of 2048 words... well that makes 17.54 trillion possible combinations so its probably OK. Of course how you generate the seed matters immensely as well.
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