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April 09, 2012, 06:58:24 AM
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Hello all,

I just got back to my computer after doing the family thing.  I pushed out dividends in a few sendmanys, so you should see them confirming shortly.  Any discrepancies will be sorted tomorrow morning as I'm off to bed now.  The worksheet is coming Monday/Tuesday.  Thanks for your patience.

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April 10, 2012, 12:46:32 AM
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I've been attempting to make a shared google spreadsheet but obviously I want each tab to be private to each person.   I set the workbook to be private to only those people that are invited and then set each tab to be only accessible to a particular email address, yet any of the invited people can see ALL of the tabs, even though the permissions say they shouldn't be able to.  Anyone have this experience or an idea what I'm doing wrong?  I'd like to get this published so I can open up my availability again.  (I promised I wouldn't open up my availability until I got online tracking ready)

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April 10, 2012, 01:08:21 AM
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I've been attempting to make a shared google spreadsheet but obviously I want each tab to be private to each person.   I set the workbook to be private to only those people that are invited and then set each tab to be only accessible to a particular email address, yet any of the invited people can see ALL of the tabs, even though the permissions say they shouldn't be able to.  Anyone have this experience or an idea what I'm doing wrong?  I'd like to get this published so I can open up my availability again.  (I promised I wouldn't open up my availability until I got online tracking ready)
I don't think you can. I tried the same thing with my sheets. GDocs permissions only allow/disallow edits, not views.

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April 10, 2012, 01:18:08 AM
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I've been attempting to make a shared google spreadsheet but obviously I want each tab to be private to each person.   I set the workbook to be private to only those people that are invited and then set each tab to be only accessible to a particular email address, yet any of the invited people can see ALL of the tabs, even though the permissions say they shouldn't be able to.  Anyone have this experience or an idea what I'm doing wrong?  I'd like to get this published so I can open up my availability again.  (I promised I wouldn't open up my availability until I got online tracking ready)
I don't think you can. I tried the same thing with my sheets. GDocs permissions only allow/disallow edits, not views.

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April 10, 2012, 02:47:15 AM
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How about anonymize the data by giving each person a random ID. And only share with your depositors/borrowers their own ID.

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April 10, 2012, 03:00:48 AM
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How about anonymize the data by giving each person a random ID. And only share with your depositors/borrowers their own ID.

I just use their deposit address.

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April 10, 2012, 03:14:20 AM
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How about anonymize the data by giving each person a random ID. And only share with your depositors/borrowers their own ID.

I just use their deposit address.

It won't be particularly anonymous if you already have an idea of who the big people are.
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April 10, 2012, 03:31:49 AM
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How about anonymize the data by giving each person a random ID. And only share with your depositors/borrowers their own ID.

I just use their deposit address.

It won't be particularly anonymous if you already have an idea of who the big people are.

Not to mention it'd expose my entire balance sheet :-/

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April 21, 2012, 01:32:29 PM
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hi imsa, could I have an update on my interest paid, dates & rates, plus current balance - I don't mind if in public or via PM, no rush at all

also I see that you are part of the GLBSE PPT cabal, are any of these OEIO funds being fed through in to Pirate's S&T, or are they completely isolated from any risk there or associated with P's borrowing? In other words do you guarantee the funds lent to you here in the event of a P default?

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April 21, 2012, 04:31:09 PM
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also I see that you are part of the GLBSE PPT cabal, are any of these OEIO funds being fed through in to Pirate's S&T, or are they completely isolated from any risk there or associated with P's borrowing? In other words do you guarantee the funds lent to you here in the event of a P default?

This OEIO isn't a FPS&T arb.  I do retain some holdings at FPS&T but its only for idle coins I don't have in play for other things.  THIS OEIO has been used to expand my mining operation (just yesterday purchased another 5GH of gpus), to take advantage of various market arbs, as well as some short term loans to various parties.  My exposure to PPT is currently 100 BTC and will always be a measured risk shared with the other 5 parties.

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April 21, 2012, 04:32:51 PM
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also I see that you are part of the GLBSE PPT cabal, are any of these OEIO funds being fed through in to Pirate's S&T, or are they completely isolated from any risk there or associated with P's borrowing? In other words do you guarantee the funds lent to you here in the event of a P default?

This OEIO isn't a FPS&T arb.  I do retain some holdings at FPS&T but its only for idle coins I don't have in play for other things.  THIS OEIO has been used to expand my mining operation (just yesterday purchased another 5GH of gpus), to take advantage of various market arbs, as well as some short term loans to various parties.  My exposure to PPT is currently 100 BTC and will always be a measured risk shared with the other 5 parties.

You should probably come up with a name for the "OEIO."  Wink

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April 21, 2012, 04:34:11 PM
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You should probably come up with a name for the "OEIO."  Wink

imsaguy's OEIO doesn't work for you?

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April 21, 2012, 05:40:16 PM
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You should probably come up with a name for the "OEIO."  Wink

imsaguy's OEIO doesn't work for you?

Obviously it has to be Imsaguy's Reverse Farm.

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April 21, 2012, 06:05:56 PM
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also I see that you are part of the GLBSE PPT cabal, are any of these OEIO funds being fed through in to Pirate's S&T, or are they completely isolated from any risk there or associated with P's borrowing? In other words do you guarantee the funds lent to you here in the event of a P default?

This OEIO isn't a FPS&T arb.  I do retain some holdings at FPS&T but its only for idle coins I don't have in play for other things.  THIS OEIO has been used to expand my mining operation (just yesterday purchased another 5GH of gpus), to take advantage of various market arbs, as well as some short term loans to various parties.  My exposure to PPT is currently 100 BTC and will always be a measured risk shared with the other 5 parties.

@INAU many thanks, I take it then that you do therefor guarantee these OEIO funds in full in the event of a Pirate default - that's what I was hoping & had assumed when I made my investment therefor I am happy to leave it with you for diversification purposes & to support your mining ops etc

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April 21, 2012, 07:42:38 PM
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also I see that you are part of the GLBSE PPT cabal, are any of these OEIO funds being fed through in to Pirate's S&T, or are they completely isolated from any risk there or associated with P's borrowing? In other words do you guarantee the funds lent to you here in the event of a P default?

This OEIO isn't a FPS&T arb.  I do retain some holdings at FPS&T but its only for idle coins I don't have in play for other things.  THIS OEIO has been used to expand my mining operation (just yesterday purchased another 5GH of gpus), to take advantage of various market arbs, as well as some short term loans to various parties.  My exposure to PPT is currently 100 BTC and will always be a measured risk shared with the other 5 parties.

@INAU many thanks, I take it then that you do therefor guarantee these OEIO funds in full in the event of a Pirate default - that's what I was hoping & had assumed when I made my investment therefor I am happy to leave it with you for diversification purposes & to support your mining ops etc

Let's face it, a FPS&T default would have major effects on the economy and it wouldsome effect on my short term liquidity. I keep a local slush for everyday transactions. I keep some funds at fps&t. I keep funds at various markets. I have pending payouts from a multitude of pools.

If everyone asked for a withdrawal at the exact same time, I would have some issues.  If I sat on all coins invested with me, I might as well just return them as idle coins make no money other than possible appreciation.

In short, in the case of a fps&t default, I would honor all of my current debts and investments.

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April 21, 2012, 08:28:16 PM
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IMSA has a farm EIEIO?
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April 22, 2012, 12:14:05 AM
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IMSA has a farm EIEIO?

Very nice.  Now to update the name to match the acronym.

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April 23, 2012, 12:41:44 AM
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Dividends went out in a few batches today.  Thanks for your support.

I've looked at many different online workbook places that allow for worksheet sharing, but the privacy controls all suck and essentially everyone could see everything and if that's the way things are going to go, I can do that right here in the forums.  I think I'm just going to bite the bullet and make individual workbooks.  It'll be extra time and energy to maintain but if nothing else, it will motivate me to write something of my own.

Edit: In case you didn't know, I have a farm and I've named it EIEIO.

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May 02, 2012, 02:55:56 AM
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Hey, guys. Imsaguy paid me this semi-weekly's dividends to create this logo for the company after seeing some of my other work. He wants me to note that the thing coming out of the coin is a penis going into the dollar's hind-quarters, not the USD leaving Bitcoin in the dust as a non-believer may interpret it as.



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