What’s up today? (Part 2)




Super happy to see this, can’t wait to try it out

And hear reviews from knowledgeable security gurus (securitynow)

Great article btw @JimCollinson
@Josh please do share everything of @JimCollinson :sweat_smile:


Why does a pixel in a monitor change color and brightness?

Is it due to some internal change in the pixel, or due to a coordinated change in a larger system?

Hard to know if one only ever studies the pixel in isolation.

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ah… deleting as I realized you were referencing the Betelgeuse post.

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Nvidia is on rocket fuel.
Their A100’s are impossible to get and demand is through the roof. I can’t see the demand do anything but increase.


Here is someone with another opinion. Intersting to observe what the future holds.

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Petulant little blue-haired inadequates and their banker enforcers get upset about companies reacting to consumer backlash…

We demand to corrupt your children and destroy your society or we will bomb you. <— Sounds a lot like NATO

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This handbook is a guide to ordinal theory. Ordinal theory concerns itself with satoshis, giving them individual identities and allowing them to be tracked, transferred, and imbued with meaning.

Satoshis, not bitcoin, are the atomic, native currency of the Bitcoin network. One bitcoin can be sub-divided into 100,000,000 satoshis, but no further.

Ordinal theory does not require a sidechain or token aside from Bitcoin, and can be used without any changes to the Bitcoin network. It works right now.

Ordinal theory imbues satoshis with numismatic value, allowing them to be collected and traded as curios.

Individual satoshis can be inscribed with arbitrary content, creating unique Bitcoin-native digital artifacts that can be held in Bitcoin wallets and transferred using Bitcoin transactions. Inscriptions are as durable, immutable, secure, and decentralized as Bitcoin itself.

Other, more unusual use-cases are possible: off-chain colored-coins, public key infrastructure with key rotation, a decentralized replacement for the DNS. For now though, such use-cases are speculative, and exist only in the minds of fringe ordinal theorists.

For more details on ordinal theory, see the overview.

For more details on inscriptions, see inscriptions.

When you’re ready to get your hands dirty, a good place to start is with inscriptions, a curious species of digital artifact enabled by ordinal theory.




Announcing WASIX!

It’s WASI but with more stuff including sockets (TCP/UDP) and tokio.

safenode running in a browser anyone? :scream:


Appears to be a fantastic development!

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I wouldn’t trust it! It’ll infect you with AI! :wink:

Privacy. Security. Freedom


Why is the government failing to provide the information requested?

Didn’t they say they wanted to remove encryption from whatsapp?

What a marvelous opportunity to lead by example and decrypt Boris’s messages.

They have the messages Boris handed them over, my guess is they are trying to protect someone.

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Feedback loops are powerful and necessary.
:thinking: there are other kinds of fake intelligence that could do with similar checks and balances… imagine if the MIC and politics didn’t suffer from hallucinations…

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Our water in a bubble.
Must admit, not what I imagined.