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July 15, 2012, 12:54:42 PM
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When it comes down to it bitcoin is the only choice that he can use that a government somewhere cant seize so it should be really attractive to him. If he supports it I will be so buying a megabox.

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July 15, 2012, 12:56:41 PM
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How can he be ignoring those suggestons if he is retweeting them? Huh
Have you seen him retweet any other payment provider suggestion besides Bitcoin?
He also retweeted Matonis article on Forbes. https://twitter.com/ForbesTech/status/223409880755740672

I was trying to make more of a joke commenting on my opinion of twitter than anything  Grin

But if he is actually seeming interested, all the better.

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July 15, 2012, 01:05:47 PM
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How can he be ignoring those suggestons if he is retweeting them? Huh
Have you seen him retweet any other payment provider suggestion besides Bitcoin?
He also retweeted Matonis article on Forbes. https://twitter.com/ForbesTech/status/223409880755740672

I was trying to make more of a joke commenting on my opinion of twitter than anything  Grin

But if he is actually seeming interested, all the better.

My reply was more to the poster you were replying to than to you, sorry about the confusion.
Edited my post for clarity.

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July 15, 2012, 08:22:37 PM
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So anyway, I've read through this and the articles online and it seems he is completely ignoring the bitcoin suggestions and everyone is ignoring that he is ignoring them. I don't use twitter though. Thoughts on this?


How can he be ignoring those suggestons if he is retweeting them? Huh
Have you seen him retweet any other payment provider suggestion besides Bitcoin?
He also retweeted Matonis article on Forbes. https://twitter.com/ForbesTech/status/223409880755740672

I thought that was forbes, some business news site, not him. Are you saying he owns forbes? I don't see the part from your link where it is him retweeting it.

As I said, I don't use twitter so I haven't seen any tweets. But I have seen the forbes article that was tweeted there.

My basis for what I am saying comes mainly from this thread, where I have seen no one say anything like:

"he's tweeted his interest in bitcoin"
"he's tweeted that bitcoin could be an option and has asked for more suggestions"
"he's decided to use bitcoin"

stuff like that.

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July 15, 2012, 08:37:06 PM
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This sort of reminds me of the guy who said that the worldwide demand for computers would be four or five, and they guy who decided that 4x10^6 IPv4 addresses should be plenty. ...

There are enough. More than enough, even with rich companies hogging entire address ranges with their class A networks. It's called NAT.

...

NAT is the answer to limited IPv4 addresses in a similar way to buses being an answer to not enough automobiles.  Buses work fairly well, reduce the pain of lack of transportation, and have some advantageous side effects, but at the end of the day there are some significant annoyances, complications, and lack of flexibility.  In network-land these are particularly noticeable today's (hopefully more) p2p-centric environments.  Ah well...after several decades IPv6 seems to be gaining some traction.


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July 15, 2012, 08:59:49 PM
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So anyway, I've read through this and the articles online and it seems he is completely ignoring the bitcoin suggestions and everyone is ignoring that he is ignoring them. I don't use twitter though. Thoughts on this?


How can he be ignoring those suggestons if he is retweeting them? Huh
Have you seen him retweet any other payment provider suggestion besides Bitcoin?
He also retweeted Matonis article on Forbes. https://twitter.com/ForbesTech/status/223409880755740672

I thought that was forbes, some business news site, not him. Are you saying he owns forbes? I don't see the part from your link where it is him retweeting it.

As I said, I don't use twitter so I haven't seen any tweets. But I have seen the forbes article that was tweeted there.

My basis for what I am saying comes mainly from this thread, where I have seen no one say anything like:

"he's tweeted his interest in bitcoin"
"he's tweeted that bitcoin could be an option and has asked for more suggestions"
"he's decided to use bitcoin"

stuff like that.

Press the link that says "27 Retweets" and you'll see him listed there. It's also on his Twitter timeline.
You wanted him to take a picture of him jumping and saying "yupiee, bitcoin"?

If he decides to use Bitcoin he better keep it for himself. You'll know when he launches his site.
If he really thinks Bitcoin is an option I'm sure Twitter won't be the place where he'll do his reasearch.

Resuming, you're just talking out of your ass.

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July 16, 2012, 04:18:51 AM
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Press the link that says "27 Retweets" and you'll see him listed there. It's also on his Twitter timeline.
You wanted him to take a picture of him jumping and saying "yupiee, bitcoin"?

If he decides to use Bitcoin he better keep it for himself. You'll know when he launches his site.
If he really thinks Bitcoin is an option I'm sure Twitter won't be the place where he'll do his reasearch.

Resuming, you're just talking out of your ass.

No need to insult me. I'm not talking out of my ass. I am talking as someone who doesn't use twitter. I sincerely apologize if I have offended or annoyed you or somehow seemed argumentative. My only intention was to convey my own understanding and ask for clarification. Can we please be civilized here?

Anyway, I don't see a link that says "27 retweets" (even ctrl+f on the page). I assume it's because I don't have a twitter account so probably getting a different kind of page. It's good news he's retweeting then Smiley

NAT is the answer to limited IPv4 addresses in a similar way to buses being an answer to not enough automobiles.  Buses work fairly well, reduce the pain of lack of transportation, and have some advantageous side effects, but at the end of the day there are some significant annoyances, complications, and lack of flexibility.  In network-land these are particularly noticeable today's (hopefully more) p2p-centric environments.  Ah well...after several decades IPv6 seems to be gaining some traction.

I'd love a debate Smiley but probably don't want to change the topic of this forum. If you want to continue, feel free to pm me. Metaphors are unnecessary (as I am a network engineering student) and I usually find them confusing and distracting. Not to mention the holes in your metaphor.

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July 16, 2012, 04:31:53 AM
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NAT is the answer to limited IPv4 addresses in a similar way to buses being an answer to not enough automobiles.  Buses work fairly well, reduce the pain of lack of transportation, and have some advantageous side effects, but at the end of the day there are some significant annoyances, complications, and lack of flexibility.  In network-land these are particularly noticeable today's (hopefully more) p2p-centric environments.  Ah well...after several decades IPv6 seems to be gaining some traction.

I'd love a debate Smiley but probably don't want to change the topic of this forum. If you want to continue, feel free to pm me. Metaphors are unnecessary (as I am a network engineering student) and I usually find them confusing and distracting. Not to mention the holes in your metaphor.

I'm not a network engineer, but I play one at work.  Most people can figure out how to skim the stuff which doesn't interest them.  Go.


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July 16, 2012, 04:46:16 AM
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Press the link that says "27 Retweets" and you'll see him listed there. It's also on his Twitter timeline.
You wanted him to take a picture of him jumping and saying "yupiee, bitcoin"?

If he decides to use Bitcoin he better keep it for himself. You'll know when he launches his site.
If he really thinks Bitcoin is an option I'm sure Twitter won't be the place where he'll do his reasearch.

Resuming, you're just talking out of your ass.

No need to insult me. I'm not talking out of my ass. I am talking as someone who doesn't use twitter. I sincerely apologize if I have offended or annoyed you or somehow seemed argumentative. My only intention was to convey my own understanding and ask for clarification. Can we please be civilized here?

Anyway, I don't see a link that says "27 retweets" (even ctrl+f on the page). I assume it's because I don't have a twitter account so probably getting a different kind of page. It's good news he's retweeting then Smiley

NAT is the answer to limited IPv4 addresses in a similar way to buses being an answer to not enough automobiles.  Buses work fairly well, reduce the pain of lack of transportation, and have some advantageous side effects, but at the end of the day there are some significant annoyances, complications, and lack of flexibility.  In network-land these are particularly noticeable today's (hopefully more) p2p-centric environments.  Ah well...after several decades IPv6 seems to be gaining some traction.

I'd love a debate Smiley but probably don't want to change the topic of this forum. If you want to continue, feel free to pm me. Metaphors are unnecessary (as I am a network engineering student) and I usually find them confusing and distracting. Not to mention the holes in your metaphor.

thats new to me... can i play one?
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July 16, 2012, 10:26:18 AM
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The above comments confuse me. Did I miss something? Anyway, you obviously know a lot from work and I'd probably learn something from a debate with you.

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July 16, 2012, 11:34:20 AM
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There are enough. More than enough, even with rich companies hogging entire address ranges with their class A networks. It's called NAT.

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July 20, 2012, 07:53:45 PM
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From@KimDotcom  Grin
Hi @BarackObama, here is a song for you #MrPresident. Regards, The Internet.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MokNvbiRqCM&feature=player_embedded
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July 20, 2012, 09:33:28 PM
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wow he wants to save the world.  Shocked

and no mention of bitcoin still  Angry

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July 20, 2012, 09:51:24 PM
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I must say I hate the song. The lyrics are weak, the music is lame, the FX are just plain annoying, and it's just generally terrible. But if that's what it takes....  I won't stand in the way.

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August 03, 2012, 04:49:27 PM
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he is active on Facebook ,let's be his friend and teach him about BTC  Grin
https://www.facebook.com/MegaKimDotcom

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August 03, 2012, 04:57:29 PM
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he is active on Facebook ,let's be his friend and teach him about BTC  Grin
https://www.facebook.com/MegaKimDotcom

I think that's a fake profile... Roll Eyes

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August 03, 2012, 06:16:30 PM
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info is from his twitter status,but who knows !!!
http://twitter.com/KimDotcom/status/231072514598662144

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August 03, 2012, 06:19:15 PM
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info is from his twitter status,but who knows !!!
http://twitter.com/KimDotcom/status/231072514598662144

Then it's probably real Tongue
Looks so empty, besides wall comments from people who friended him lol

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August 28, 2012, 06:00:38 PM
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August 28, 2012, 06:10:19 PM
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Excluding those that live/work/host in the USA...

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