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June 10, 2014, 02:01:28 PM
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Have to admit...it does look pretty bad ass  Shocked
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June 10, 2014, 02:46:14 PM
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That miner looks really good.

(Can't call it sexy or hot because girlfriend is standing right next to me)
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June 10, 2014, 03:12:23 PM
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Any circuit board where chips are arranged in a grid looks nice to me Smiley
Any miner where circuit boards are arranged in a rectangle looks nice to me Smiley
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June 10, 2014, 04:29:36 PM
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Any circuit board where chips are arranged in a grid looks nice to me Smiley
Any miner where circuit boards are arranged in a rectangle looks nice to me Smiley
Cuboid is the word you are looking for, no?
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June 10, 2014, 05:08:16 PM
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Any circuit board where chips are arranged in a grid looks nice to me Smiley
Any miner where circuit boards are arranged in a rectangle looks nice to me Smiley
Cuboid is the word you are looking for, no?

Yes, indeed.  A rectangular cuboid to be exact.  I learned something new today.  Smiley

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuboid
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June 10, 2014, 05:42:23 PM
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Any circuit board where chips are arranged in a grid looks nice to me Smiley
Any miner where circuit boards are arranged in a rectangle looks nice to me Smiley
Cuboid is the word you are looking for, no?

Rectangular prism?
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June 10, 2014, 06:26:46 PM
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Any circuit board where chips are arranged in a grid looks nice to me Smiley
Any miner where circuit boards are arranged in a rectangle looks nice to me Smiley
Cuboid is the word you are looking for, no?

Yes, indeed.  A rectangular cuboid to be exact.  I learned something new today.  Smiley

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuboid

To be even more exact, it's a square cuboid (a subset of rectangular cuboids where two sides are squares).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuboid#Rectangular_cuboid
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June 10, 2014, 07:30:56 PM
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That miner looks really good.

(Can't call it sexy or hot because girlfriend is standing right next to me)

Get a new one.
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June 10, 2014, 07:35:50 PM
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Well this is good news, wonder how the share prices will be effected... Havelock price hasn't really moved (still around ~.24)
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June 10, 2014, 07:45:18 PM
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Well this is good news, wonder how the share prices will be effected... Havelock price hasn't really moved (still around ~.24)

Well, why should it? It's definitely good news, a sleek miner, and even more communication from FC. But no groundbreaking things have happened. It was already known that the boards have been published. FC showing off a complete miner is mere icing on the cake, but nothing more.
I have to remark, though, that everyone on the hardware forum and reddit is quite excited and all the 'usual suspects' are looking into getting their hands on that miner. This definitely is a good sign.

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June 10, 2014, 08:05:03 PM
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Well this is good news, wonder how the share prices will be effected... Havelock price hasn't really moved (still around ~.24)

Well, why should it? It's definitely good news, a sleek miner, and even more communication from FC. But no groundbreaking things have happened. It was already known that the boards have been published. FC showing off a complete miner is mere icing on the cake, but nothing more.
I have to remark, though, that everyone on the hardware forum and reddit is quite excited and all the 'usual suspects' are looking into getting their hands on that miner. This definitely is a good sign.

Divs are probably the only thing at this point that are going to make people excited.  Numbers and pictures aren't doing the trick.  However, to a dedicated shareholder, it doesn't matter what the shares are trading for if you plan on holding, lower = better if you are still stocking up!
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June 10, 2014, 08:17:55 PM
Last edit: June 10, 2014, 08:30:59 PM by mc_lovin
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I made some banners that grab data from Havelock every few minutes:  









I didn't think I could post a PHP image on Bitcointalk but apparently we can.  

edit: so apparently they show as $0.00  when Havelock is down!
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June 10, 2014, 08:25:56 PM
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Well this is good news, wonder how the share prices will be effected... Havelock price hasn't really moved (still around ~.24)

Well, why should it? It's definitely good news, a sleek miner, and even more communication from FC. But no groundbreaking things have happened. It was already known that the boards have been published. FC showing off a complete miner is mere icing on the cake, but nothing more.
I have to remark, though, that everyone on the hardware forum and reddit is quite excited and all the 'usual suspects' are looking into getting their hands on that miner. This definitely is a good sign.

Divs are probably the only thing at this point that are going to make people excited.  Numbers and pictures aren't doing the trick.  However, to a dedicated shareholder, it doesn't matter what the shares are trading for if you plan on holding, lower = better if you are still stocking up!

To be honest, I don't blame them. The last few months have been a very very rough ride. Ambivalent news, extremely long periods of no communication, divs ceased without a word and then the missing divs from May 27th and the big financial statement from May 30. I think FC published a decent statement last week and we most likely will see better times now. But after all, the one and only true statement we now need are reassuring dividends.

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June 10, 2014, 08:47:02 PM
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I made some banners that grab data from Havelock every few minutes:  









I didn't think I could post a PHP image on Bitcointalk but apparently we can.  

edit: so apparently they show as $0.00  when Havelock is down!


Awesome banners!!! Compliments to you for the efforts and lol but seeing as havelock is down quite a lot of the time, those banners will be showing zero quite often unfortunately
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June 10, 2014, 09:06:40 PM
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I made some banners that grab data from Havelock every few minutes:  









I didn't think I could post a PHP image on Bitcointalk but apparently we can.  

edit: so apparently they show as $0.00  when Havelock is down!


Awesome banners!!! Compliments to you for the efforts and lol but seeing as havelock is down quite a lot of the time, those banners will be showing zero quite often unfortunately

I'm going to put a clause in there for if the API times out it displays either (user configurable) HAVELOCK IS DOWN!! or default to a banner style of their choice, bitcoin, etc.  
edit: It doesn't have a problem anymore with the zero display. I just don't save the value if it's zero, so it'll just be old data until they come online.  But it would be cool to show that they were down...
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June 10, 2014, 09:14:25 PM
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I made some banners that grab data from Havelock every few minutes: 









I didn't think I could post a PHP image on Bitcointalk but apparently we can.   

edit: so apparently they show as $0.00  when Havelock is down!


Awesome banners!!! Compliments to you for the efforts and lol but seeing as havelock is down quite a lot of the time, those banners will be showing zero quite often unfortunately

I'm going to put a clause in there for if the API times out it displays either (user configurable) HAVELOCK IS DOWN!! or default to a banner style of their choice, bitcoin, etc. 

Well it's a great advertising tool and I believe a lot of users would be encouraged to use this banner across the board most especially if there were benefits for affiliates to earn certain percentage on fees for share sales.. Just a thought.. Havelock! Lol
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June 10, 2014, 09:16:01 PM
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Well it's a great advertising tool and I believe a lot of users would be encouraged to use this banner across the board most especially if there were benefits for affiliates to earn certain percentage on fees for share sales.. Just a thought.. Havelock! Lol

There are those exact benefits in place!  Smiley Users earn a percentage from both publishers and advertisers who sign up through the banners, if you are logged in the page wraps the banner in the referral link.  This is probably not the thread to discuss this.. but check it out sometime. 
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June 10, 2014, 09:23:14 PM
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Well it's a great advertising tool and I believe a lot of users would be encouraged to use this banner across the board most especially if there were benefits for affiliates to earn certain percentage on fees for share sales.. Just a thought.. Havelock! Lol

There are those exact benefits in place!  Smiley Users earn a percentage from both publishers and advertisers who sign up through the banners, if you are logged in the page wraps the banner in the referral link.  This is probably not the thread to discuss this.. but check it out sometime. 

Awesome! Thanks for the info mate I will definitely be looking into this then for sure.
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June 11, 2014, 01:05:01 AM
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Any pics of AM data centres ??
I remember ages ago their was some.. but the thread is 1000+ pages...I can't find it anymore lol

even though i see flashing lights every day, I still love to see pics of more Smiley

There should be some images on the Fanpage for AM in the hardware folder
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.613561005329880.1073741828.613538235332157&type=3

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June 11, 2014, 01:23:30 AM
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Any pics of AM data centres ??
I remember ages ago their was some.. but the thread is 1000+ pages...I can't find it anymore lol

even though i see flashing lights every day, I still love to see pics of more Smiley

Did you check out these pics by caoxg?
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