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Computer data is often referred to in bits or bytes. Watch this video and you'll understand what they do and how they differ! Sponsor Link: http://audible.com/techquickie FORUM LINK: http://linustechtips.com/main/news-reviews-article-guides/linus-videos-news-and-ramblings/47101-temporary-thread-for-tech-quickie-video-suggestions
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Preethi Kasireddy, Founder and CEO of TruStory, explains TruStory’s mission and hosts a study session reviewing Bitcoin’s White Paper. Join the TruStory Expert Community today https://boards.greenhouse.io/trustory... Part 1: TruStory's Mission TruStory’s Mission [2:18] How a story works in TruStory [3:36] Examples of stories not suited for TruStory [5:09] What makes a story valid on TruStory’s platform [7:25] Fundamental goals of the Experts Program [8:06] Part 2: Bitcoin White Paper Review Nonreversible transactions [11:12] Definition of an electronic coins; process of transactions explained [13:39] What are nodes? [16:39] What’s the purpose of timestamps? [16:52] How the Proof of Work puzzle works [18:16] What are the odds that two nodes broadcasting different versions of the next block simultaneously?[22:33] How much would a 51% attack cost? [27:47] What happens when there are no more block rewards? [29:32] The usefulness of Merkle trees [35:23] Block header calculation [36:52] How is blockchain a specific instance of a distributed ledger? [39:05] Should you generate new address for your private key for every transaction [43:00] Why the probability of an an attacker attacking the bitcoin system is negligible [45:13] Combining and splitting value [47:50] Sybil resistance explained [50:28] _______________________________________________________________________ For more study sessions with TruStory, check out these links: Distributed Systems and Consensus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WndYl3wUzYM Critiquing Stories and Evidence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iiRR9FqrJo&t=828s Connect with us: If you have questions, post em to our Discourse: https://discourse.trustory.io/ If you find false claims, @ us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/isTrustory If you wanna get updates on TruStory, check out our website: https://www.trustory.io/
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Bitcoin Cash Development video meeting January 3 2018 - 8am UTC Participants: Amaury Séchet, Andrea Suisani, Antony Zegers, Jason B. Cox, Chris Pacia, Emil Oldenberg, Mark Lundeberg, Host: David R Allen A first Bitcoin Cash Development meeting for 2019 took place on January 3rd at 8am UTC. Topics discussed at this meeting were items under consideration for the upcoming Bitcoin Cash protocol upgrade. Bip 62 items inclusion - clean stack rule impact, 100 byte tx size , Schnorr signatures, Old OpCodes, SigOps accounting and possible additional items. Viewers of the video may find the following reference materials helpful: Proposed (Draft) May 2019 Upgrade Specification: https://github.com/bitcoincashorg/bitcoincash.org/blob/master/spec/20190515-may-upgrade.md Proposed (Draft) Schnorr signature specification: https://github.com/bitcoincashorg/bitcoincash.org/pull/207 For more information on Bitcoin Cash www.bitcoincash.org
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Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1EVjrZhoxw-ikzelFGGv7czxuJsIIWfl5I-CPIlnjsME ==== 加入 Meetup 以得知下次聚會時間地點： http://www.meetup.com/Taipei-Ethereum-Meetup/ slack 討論：https://ethertw.slack.com 。請先從網站取得邀請信： http://bit.ly/252hNY0 通關密語：decentralized 臉書社團： https://www.facebook.com/groups/443751072484739 歷次講座投影片、程式碼整理： https://github.com/EtherTW/Taipei-Ethereum-Wiki/wiki
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--We are giving away 32GB David Pakman Show flash drives On the Bonus Show: Mid-air theft is on the rise, the world's most expensive flight, a Houston school and police think $2 bills aren't real, more... Support TDPS by clicking (bookmark it too!) this link before shopping on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=thedavpaksho-20 Website: https://www.davidpakman.com Become a Member: https://www.davidpakman.com/membership David's Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/david.pakman Discuss This on Reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/thedavidpakmanshow/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow TDPS Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/davidpakmanshow David's Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/dpakman TDPS Gear: http://www.davidpakman.com/gear 24/7 Voicemail Line: (219)-2DAVIDP Subscribe to The David Pakman Show for more: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=midweekpolitics Timely news is important! We upload new clips every day, 6-8 stories! Make sure to subscribe! Broadcast on May 6, 2016 --Donate via Bitcoin: 15evMNUN1g4qdRxywbHFCKNfdCTjxtztfj --Donate via Ethereum: 0xe3E6b538E1CD21D48Ff1Ddf2D744ea8B95Ba1930 --Donate via Litecoin: LhNVT9j5gQj8U1AbwLzwfoc5okDoiFn4Mt --Donate via Bitcoin: 15evMNUN1g4qdRxywbHFCKNfdCTjxtztfj --Donate via Ethereum: 0xe3E6b538E1CD21D48Ff1Ddf2D744ea8B95Ba1930 --Donate via Litecoin: LhNVT9j5gQj8U1AbwLzwfoc5okDoiFn4Mt
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Oxycodone is a popular member of the opioid class. It is widely used in medical settings for acute and chronic pain. Outside of those settings, it has long been used recreationally, with its effects compared to morphine and heroin. The drug is sold either on its own or in combination with acetaminophen (primarily). When acetaminophen is present, the dose must be limited. The general recommendation is to avoid using over 1,000 mg of acetaminophen at once or 3,000 mg per day. An oxycodone overdose can be very dangerous and even deadly, with a notably problematic effect being respiratory depression. It is more risky when combined with other CNS depressants (e.g. benzodiazepines and alcohol.) Overview Page (Including References): http://thedrugclassroom.com/video/oxycodone/ Reddit discussion: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheDrugClassroom/comments/5awpx9/oxycodone/ Oxycodone = OxyContin; OxyNeo; Percodan; Dihydrohydroxycodeinone; Percocet; Roxicodone; Eukodal; Dihydrone; Oxycodeinone ------------ Donate to The Drug Classroom: https://www.patreon.com/TheDrugClassroom https://www.paypal.me/TheDrugClassroom Bitcoin: 1HsjCYpBHKcVCaW4uKBraCGkc1LK8xoj1B ------------ Thank you to my Patreon supporters: Glen Marshall, Jonathon Dunn, Thomas Anaya, Ross Martin, Star Ape, and David Kernell. ------------ Facebook - http://facebook.com/thedrugclassroom Twitter - http://twitter.com/drugclassroom ------------ The Drug Classroom (TDC) is dedicated to providing the type of drug education everyone should have. Drugs are never going to leave our society and there has never been a society free from drugs. Therefore, it only makes sense to provide real education free from propaganda. TDC doesn't advocate drug use. Rather, we operate with the intention of reducing the harm some substances can bring. Feel free to ask questions!
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I was bored so I wanted to see if I could get free dial up internet so I found that NetZero still has free service so I put in the number and heard the glorious sound of the Dial-up. Remind me of years gone. Unfortunately I was not able to make a connection.
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Slides Here: https://defcon.org/images/defcon-22/dc-22-presentations/Levison-Watt/DEFCON-22-Levison-Watt-Dark-Mail-UPDATED.pdf Dark Mail Ladar Levison FOUNDER OF LAVABIT, LLC Stephen Watt LEAD DEVELOPER, REFERENCE IMPLEMENTATION, DARK MAIL Data privacy and anonymity have long been cornerstone interests of the computer security world, but not particularly important to the general public. News events in the past year have seen the political climate shift radically, and now data privacy has become big business with secure mail solutions being the focal point of this new found attention. Dark Mail is not the only solution in the secure mail space, but just as Lavabit’s preoccupation with privacy and user autonomy was a rarity when it started over a decade ago, it hopes once again to push mail security forward into a new frontier. It is Dark Mail's objective to achieve the highest degree of security possible - with the introduction of an interoperable mail protocol as an open standard. To that end, we are publishing documents describing the protocol, along with a reference implementations of the client and server under a free software license. What most of the secure email systems in the privacy race have prioritized in tandem are ease of use for the masses, and cryptographically secure encryption of message contents between a sender and recipient. Additionally, they tend to place trust for private key management and encryption in the hands of the end user, and not the mail server. While this would certainly be an improvement over traditional SMTP, it leaves much to be desired. Where do other solutions fall short? Metadata. Dark Mail is designed to minimize the leakage of metadata so that ancillary information like subject lines, recipients, and attachments doesn’t fall into the hands of curious third parties. That means all information about the mail and its contents are completely opaque to everybody but the parties communicating - including the servers handling the messages in transit. Accomplishing these goals wasn’t possible using existing standards, which is why we created a security enhanced flavor of SMTP for mail delivery dubbed DMTP. What separates dmail from competing secure mail designs is the level of security it affords the user while retaining its simplicity of use. We have automated the key management functions, so complex cryptography operations are handled without user interaction. Of equal importance is the need for an implementation that is open to peer review, security audits, and cryptanalysis. Unlike many commercial solutions, dmail isn’t tethered to a single centralized provider; instead it offers the ability for anybody to host secure mail services. Like today, users will be able to access their mail from anywhere, using a web client with client-side encryption, or a traditional client application on their mobile or desktop device for an even greater degree of security. An open standard will guarantee that users have the freedom to adopt any dmail-compatible client or server implementation of their choosing. Most attendees of this presentation will be familiar with the curious story of Lavabit's demise. While Lavabit's hosted mail service refused to surrender unfettered access to its users' secrets, this course of action may not be the obvious choice for network administrators placed in similar situations. Most digital surveillance efforts require the service provider to be complicit with the wiretapping requests of law enforcement. Dmail aims to protect messages from surveillance and tampering - whether it be subversive or coerced - by placing that capability beyond the reach of service providers. With dmail the keys belong to the user, and the message decryption occurs on the user’s device. Even so, users can choose how much to trust a service provider - with standardized modes that reside at different points along the security vs usability spectrum.
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Moderator: Zulfikar Ramzan, Chief Technology Officer, RSA Ron Rivest, Institute Professor, MIT Adi Shamir, Professor, Computer Science Department, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel Whitfield Diffie, Cryptographer and Security Expert, Cryptomathic Paul Kocher, Independent Researcher Moxie Marlinspike, Founder, Signal Despite how sophisticated information security has become, it is still a relatively young discipline. The founders of our field continue to be actively engaged in research and innovation. Join us to hear these luminaries engage in an enlightening discussion on the past, present and future of our industry. https://www.rsaconference.com/events/us18/agenda/sessions/11490-The-Cryptographers%E2%80%99-Panel
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Colin Cantrell - NEXUS Founder & Software Architect provides an overview of the Nexus Blockchain Architecture that addresses scaleability, security, efficiency, and ease of integration. A live code demo is included along with the future of Nexus which includes: Nexus Tokens, Distributed Autonomous Organizations, Decentralized Exchanges, Supply Chain Arbitration Triangles, Fraud Prevention, and Identity and Reputation Systems. 1. Tritium Overview - The Architecture of Nexus 2. The Nexus Software Stack 3. What's the Necessity of Layers? 4. What is the Lower Level Library? 5. The Network 6. The Ledger 7. The Registers 8. The Operations 9. The API 10. The Application Space 11. Live Code Demo of Tritium in Action * Blockchain scaling, efficiency, and ease of integration solved 12. What are the Use Cases of Tokenized Data? * Joint ownership of patient leasing and transferring of rights * Licensing in the use of any copyright ie. songs & music * Instant settlement of joint payments * Automatic budget allocation for revenue streams * Tokenenized company shares with instant dividend payments * Joint ownership is property buying and selling * Non-profit donation distribution to prevent embezzlement 13. What's the Future of Nexus * Tokens that carry genuine utility and transferring of rights * Distributed Autonomous Organizations * Decentralized Exchanges for all Tokens on Nexus * Supply Chains and Arbitration Triangles * Fraud Prevention Systems * Identity and Reputation Systems
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_microprocessors 00:00:23 1 Latest desktop and mobile processors for consumers 00:00:35 1.1 9th generation Core/Coffee Lake 00:00:45 1.2 8th generation Core/Coffee Lake/Kaby Lake Refresh 00:00:57 1.2.1 Desktop 00:01:04 1.2.2 Mobile 00:01:12 1.3 7th generation Core/Kaby Lake/Skylake (X-series Processors)/Apollo Lake 00:01:26 1.3.1 Desktop 00:01:34 1.3.2 Mobile 00:01:42 2 All processors 00:01:55 2.1 The 4-bit processors 00:02:05 2.1.1 Intel 4004 00:03:56 2.2 The 8-bit processors 00:04:06 2.2.1 8008 00:05:03 2.2.2 8080 00:05:54 2.2.3 8085 00:06:41 2.3 Microcontrollers 00:06:49 2.3.1 Intel 8048 00:08:50 2.3.2 Intel 8051 00:10:28 2.3.3 Intel 80151 00:11:16 2.3.4 Intel 80251 00:12:06 2.3.5 MCS-96 family 00:14:12 2.4 The bit-slice processor 00:14:21 2.4.1 3000 Family 00:16:33 2.5 The 16-bit processors: MCS-86 family 00:16:44 2.5.1 8086 00:17:48 2.5.2 8088 00:18:43 2.5.3 80186 00:20:06 2.5.4 80188 00:20:24 2.5.5 80286 00:21:29 2.6 32-bit processors: the non-x86 microprocessors 00:21:41 2.6.1 iAPX 432 00:22:50 2.6.2 i960 a.k.a. 80960 00:23:13 2.6.3 i860 a.k.a. 80860 00:23:56 2.6.4 XScale 00:24:23 2.7 32-bit processors: the 80386 range 00:24:35 2.7.1 80386DX 00:26:08 2.7.2 80386SX 00:27:23 2.7.3 80376 00:27:54 2.7.4 80386SL 00:28:44 2.7.5 80386EX 00:29:39 2.8 32-bit processors: the 80486 range 00:29:51 2.8.1 80486DX 00:31:13 2.8.2 80486SX 00:32:58 2.8.3 80486DX2 00:33:31 2.8.4 80486SL 00:34:16 2.8.5 80486DX4 00:35:27 2.9 32-bit processors: P5 microarchitecture 00:35:38 2.9.1 Original Pentium 00:39:40 2.9.2 Pentium with MMX Technology 00:41:03 2.10 32-bit processors: P6/Pentium M microarchitecture 00:41:15 2.10.1 Pentium Pro 00:43:29 2.10.2 Pentium II 00:45:42 2.10.3 Celeron (Pentium II-based) 00:48:19 2.10.4 Pentium III 00:53:20 2.10.5 Pentium II Xeon and Pentium III Xeon 00:56:21 2.10.6 Celeron (Pentium III Coppermine-based) 00:58:56 2.10.7 Pentium III Tualatin-based 00:59:35 2.10.8 Celeron (Pentium III Tualatin-based) 01:00:20 2.10.9 Pentium M 01:04:30 2.10.10 Celeron M 01:07:15 2.10.11 Intel Core 01:09:20 2.10.12 Dual-Core Xeon LV 01:09:54 2.11 32-bit processors: NetBurst microarchitecture 01:10:06 2.11.1 Pentium 4 01:12:36 2.11.2 Xeon (32-bit NetBurst) 01:13:39 2.11.3 Mobile Pentium 4-M 01:15:25 2.11.4 Pentium 4 EE 01:15:46 2.11.5 Pentium 4E 01:17:04 2.12 64-bit processors: IA-64 01:17:34 2.12.1 Itanium 01:17:58 2.12.2 Itanium 2 01:19:00 2.13 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – NetBurst microarchitecture 01:19:27 2.13.1 Pentium 4F 01:20:26 2.13.2 Pentium D 01:22:10 2.13.3 Pentium Extreme Edition 01:23:19 2.13.4 Xeon (64-bit NetBurst) 01:25:29 2.14 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Core microarchitecture 01:25:41 2.14.1 Xeon (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:29:36 2.14.2 Intel Core 2 01:47:16 2.14.3 Intel Pentium Dual-Core 01:50:20 2.14.4 Celeron (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:53:13 2.14.5 Celeron M (64-bit Core microarchitecture) 01:54:23 2.15 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Nehalem microarchitecture 01:54:36 2.15.1 Intel Pentium (Nehalem) 01:55:29 2.15.2 Core i3 (1st Generation) 01:56:29 2.15.3 Core i5 (1st Generation) 01:58:28 2.15.4 Core i7 (1st Generation) 02:03:35 2.15.5 Xeon (Nehalem Microarchitecture) 02:04:50 2.16 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Sandy Bridge / Ivy Bridge microarchitecture 02:05:04 2.16.1 Celeron (Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge Microarchitecture) 02:06:41 2.16.2 Pentium (Sandy Bridge/Ivy Bridge Microarchitecture) 02:10:14 2.16.3 Core i3 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:13:25 2.16.4 Core i5 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:19:41 2.16.5 Core i7 (2nd and 3rd Generation) 02:24:05 2.17 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Haswell microarchitecture 02:24:18 2.17.1 Core i3 (4th Generation) 02:24:32 2.18 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Broadwell microarchitecture 02:24:45 2.18.1 Core i3 (5th Generation) 02:25:00 2.18.2 Core i5 (5th Generation) 02:25:58 2.18.3 Core i7 (5th Generation, Including Core-X Series) 02:28:16 2.18.4 Other Broadwell CPUs 02:29:43 2.19 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Skylake microarchitecture 02:29:56 2.19.1 Core i3 (6th Generation) 02:31:11 2.19.2 Core i5 (6th Generation) 02:32:45 2.19.3 Core i7 (6th Generation) 02:33:51 2.19.4 Other Skylake Processors 02:34:28 2.20 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Kaby Lake microarchitecture 02:34:41 2.21 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Coffee Lake microarchitecture 02:34:53 2.22 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Cannon Lake microarchitecture 02:35:06 2.23 64-bit processors: Intel 64 – Ice Lake microarchitecture 02:35:19 2.24 Intel Tera-Scale 02:35:45 2.25 Intel 805xx product codes 02:36:20 2.26 Intel 806xx product codes Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the mo ...
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