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Miguel Caetano
#Bitcoin Hits $1 Billion - Morgen Peck (IEEE Spectrum) -
#Bitcoin Hits $1 Billion - Morgen Peck (IEEE Spectrum)
"Bitcoin, the world's first open source cryptographic currency, which has been on a tear since the beginning of this year, set a new record for itself yesterday afternoon as the price listed on the largest online exchange rose past US $92. With nearly 11 million Bitcoins in circulation*, this sets the total worth of the currency just over one billion dollars. For a bit of perspective, that's how much Facebook spent on its acquisition of Instagram last April. But Bitcoin is not a company. It's a digital currency that runs on a global peer-to-peer network without the backing of a nation or any other central authority. The recent ascent has traditional economists scratching their heads." - Miguel Caetano from Bookmarklet
Next Thursday in Utrecht "DIY Currencies" event at the Impakt Festival !bitcoin !y0 -
John Resig
Don't worry that "everyone moving to WebKit causes stagnation". Apple created WebKit, Google made it awesome. Opera will make it better!
Miguel Caetano
'Leftist Bookshelf: 640 eBooks on revolutionary politics and history, #Anarchism, #Marxism and more' Torrent Download :: -
"640 eBooks, mostly in PDF format (a bunch are CHM, DJVU or ePUB), from a revolutionary Leftist viewpoint. The main subjects are politics and philosophy, history, economics, and much much more. Complete File Tree:" - Miguel Caetano from Bookmarklet
Luka Ivanović
"Ćutim. I taksisti ćute." - marcell mars
Dnevni Metafeed
Najsretniji dan u mom životu ili “Kako je Saša dobio pečat” -
How to Cook Pasta Correctly -
Stoyan Zhekov
Mega was second: Announcing the first client-encrypted file sharing service, -
Nikola Đorđević
30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai -
30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai
30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i've ever seen - Blog of Francesco Mugnai
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Benjamin Mako Hill
1-800-INTERNET .COM (A fun memory of Aaron Swartz):
"The video shows how — as Danny O’Brien has reminded us — Aaron was funny. He came up with many our teams’ best lines in addition to checking our Web 1.0 boxes for “tech guru” and “Stanford dropout.” Our pitch — for 1-800-INTERNET.COM — is in the video below. [..] We did not win and I still believe that we were robbed." - marcell mars
Dobrica Pavlinusic
Monads and Gonads - YouTube -
Monads and Gonads - YouTube
Google Tech Talk January 15, 2013 Presented by Douglas Crockford ABSTRACT The wonders of monads are finally revealed without resorting to Category Theory or Haskell. It turns out that monads are trivially expressed in JavaScript, and are one of the key enablers of Ajax. Monads are amazing. They are s - Dobrica Pavlinusic
Miguel Caetano
Our Legal System Didn't Give Aaron Swartz a Chance - Wendy Kaminer - The Atlantic -
Our Legal System Didn't Give Aaron Swartz a Chance - Wendy Kaminer - The Atlantic
"He was not the first person to hang himself in the wake of abusive, even sadistic federal prosecution, and he may not be the last. (You can read about the case of the "posthumously vindicated" Dr. Peter Gleason here.) But Swartz's suicide may be the first to generate widespread sorrow and outrage over common prosecutorial tactics that put ordinary as well as extraordinary citizens at risk. The increasingly voluminous federal criminal code, the vagueness of its individual offenses (numbering about 4,500 in 2007), and its harsh mandatory minimum sentences -- combined with failures of Justice Department leadership -- regularly expose law-abiding Americans to prosecution for activities they have no reason to consider illegal." - Miguel Caetano from Bookmarklet
Michel Bauwens
1.000.000 $ paranormal challenge:
We offer a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power or event. - Fritz
g0 Mišak g0 ;) - Fritz
Aaron Swartz commits suicide - The Tech -
"Computer activist Aaron H. Swartz committed suicide in New York City yesterday, Jan. 11, according to his uncle, Michael Wolf, in a comment to The Tech. Swartz was 26." - Nikola from Bookmarklet
ne mogu vjerovat... - klemo
Debate at N.Y. Public Library: Can Off-Site Storage Work for Researchers? - Technology - The Chronicle of Higher Education -
"2013 će biti godina sedih" MM, 1.1.2013 - dubravka
OMG.NOUUUUU. - Cyber Wanderlust
Tomislav Medak
Park prirode "Hutovo blato" -
Park prirode "Hutovo blato"
klemo, izgleda da nam kraj od pticolovačkog treba postati pticopromatrački. - Tomislav Medak from Bookmarklet
stari je čuvao dvije liske za blagdansko okupljanje familije. na kraju su ostale u zamrzivaču jer sam ja nešto srao. žao mi ubijat liske. žao mi starog. - klemo
Benjamin Mako Hill
My last paper with @andresmh — recently blogged at — got best paper award at #cscw2013!
Zeljko Stevanovic
The bat with the penis - YouTube -
The bat with the penis - YouTube
autofelacio u šišmiša, komentar je suvišan - miroslav from Bookmarklet
WR702N openwrt, 400Mhz mips, 32MB ram 4MB flash, USB HOST
Najsssss. - mzec
100 kuna - Vedran Rodic from Android
wr702n izbjegavajte jer ima samo 2MB flasha i zbog toga nije podržan pod openwrt-om, svakako uzmite wr703n, ti koštaju po cca 140kn ali isto zadnje verzije v1.7 nisu podržane od openwrt-a jer su mijenjali bootloader, no radi se na workaroundu. - Valent
Miguel Caetano
Eden Medina: Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile (2011) — Monoskop Log -
Eden Medina: Cybernetic Revolutionaries: Technology and Politics in Allende’s Chile (2011) — Monoskop Log
"In Cybernetic Revolutionaries, Eden Medina tells the history of two intersecting utopian visions, one political and one technological. The first was Chile’s experiment with peaceful socialist change under Salvador Allende; the second was the simultaneous attempt to build a computer system that would manage Chile’s economy. Neither vision was fully realized–Allende’s government ended with a violent military coup; the system, known as Project Cybersyn, was never completely implemented–but they hold lessons for today about the relationship between technology and politics. Drawing on extensive archival material and interviews, Medina examines the cybernetic system envisioned by the Chilean government–which was to feature holistic system design, decentralized management, human-computer interaction, a national telex network, near real-time control of the growing industrial sector, and modeling the behavior of dynamic systems. She also describes, and documents with photographs, the... more... - Miguel Caetano from Bookmarklet
Benjamin Mako Hill
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