The achilles heel of blockchain technology or just basic freedom of speech platforms is that is relies on the ISP benevolence to allow your traffic to flow through its pipes. But this like anything else could change.
Golem and Sia incentivise the "server" holders via the blockchain but what if we took this one step further, what if we incentivize a wireless mesh technology using the blockchain. Each server would be a node and those who can offer or take more traffic capacity would earn more And each node would be connected and linked to another node wirelessly so multiple areas can be covered geographically.
the people will iphones will have to be users, as node would take up too much space on their phones.
Guys with large amounts of space and ghz of processing power with be servers and incentivized to keep them running and will earn more through setting up multiple servers in multiple locations.
>Ask my CS professor if there are any FOSS alternatives for this course
>He stands up and addresses the whole class
>"Ladies and gentlemen, this course is NOT about Free And Open Source Software. We provide all the necessary software you need to complete the course. After all, you paid for it"
Buggy as shit (the NNTP client is insufferable) and it claims to support maildir but it supports a shitty unrelated thing instead. It also does not allow you to manage your certificates properly and supports the shitty S/MIME thing instead of OpenPGP directly.
Use mutt or an emacs thing instead.
Hey, /g/, I've recently aqquired this old smartphone. What should I do with it?
What are considered the best tech tips from Linux Torvalds? Please share your best tech tip from the creator of Linux!
Can I just leave this here?
Also, I made this. I am the only developer on this whole project. I'd be happy to talk but I have to go to bed. Please take a look, I'm working on mp4 and webm export with ffmpeg tomorrow. It'll be in the next update.
Hiroshima approved edition.
>why banning generals?
They make small but temporary valuable threads dying
>what can we do?
Make another board with generals form /g/
>make /g/uru great again
comfy pape unrelated
how do you manage to take an image this fucking small in 2017
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does anyone know how I can (and also can I) use ndiswrapper to make nt drivers work in gnu\linux? if yes then how is that possible and what should I do to make it happen. I started this thread cuz I'm done with fglrx and i don't like open source lkm for it has no 3d acceleration.
what the fuck is the deal with this site STILL using google capcha
why not do what other chans do and use a different non botnet implementation and also only have to fill a capcha once every 24 hours.
hell id fill in a regular third party non google capcha 3 times per post as long as it stops this google cancer REEEEEEEE
CLICK VERIFY WHEN THERE ARE NONE LEFT/?????? FUCK YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU
Did Tox succeed?
WHY IS EVERYONE SKIPPING VERSIONS? Windows 9? Angular 3? PHP 6? Is there a hidden repo of all this stuff somewhere
if(name=="Windows 9*") //95 & 98
There was early version of PHP6 but it never exit alpha but there were some publications about it, so they thought that calling new version made from entirely another brach the same way wouln't be a good idea.
Which is better?
Are curved monitors a meme?
Please answer seriously.
After using one of LG's curved 34", they are nice. But it feels like if you're close enough to the screen in order to have it appear like it's wrapping around you, you're probably sitting too close to it. I prefer a standard panel and then sitting back a bit.