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Question: When will bitcoin be mentionned in Time magazine?
2011 - 10 (21.3%)
2012 - 19 (40.4%)
2013 - 2 (4.3%)
after 2013 - 10 (21.3%)
never ever - 6 (12.8%)
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March 01, 2011, 08:12:46 AM
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Another poll about bitcoin's notoriety.
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March 01, 2011, 09:00:28 AM
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What's a magazine?

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What's a magazine?

Basically it's the ancester of the blog.   It's what people used to make in order to publish opinions and news before the web exists.

They basically printed it on paper and sold it in the street.  Many magazines have gained a huge popularity and are still sold despite their obsolescence.
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What's a magazine?

Basically it's the ancester of the blog.   It's what people used to make in order to publish opinions and news before the web exists.

They basically printed it on paper and sold it in the street.  Many magazines have gained a huge popularity and are still sold despite their obsolescence.


So they're kind of like baseball cards?  I know a guy who used to collect those.

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