Also note, that unless you're using a certain subset of cryptocurrencies, your transactions are neither untraceable nor anonymous, so you shouldn't expect them to be invisible to taxation or law enforcement authorities.
mathematicians: "haha, look at this -- based on what we know about math right now, there's no way to make certain operations easily reversible."
computer nerds: "cool, we can use this to encrypt data in transit."
mathematicians: "nice. Though don't bet on it always being hard. I mean, we solve hard problems all the time, haha."
cryptocoin nerds: "In fact, we're going to bet trillions of dollars on it remaining hard forever."
I think it's a mistake to make them entirely transparent. The opaque area should begin around mid-face and extend down, because otherwise you'll be parading your sneezes and spittle to everyone with whom you interact. Perhaps a removable cloth insert.
I look forward to these being acceptable everyday wear, and I also look forward to when we can control the shield's transparency and the patterns displayed on the outside.
Hey, finally the right font to use on lore.kernel.org:
Google gives up trying to build a digital surveillance dystopia in the middle of Toronto.
LWN are looking for a technical writer:
Current async up/down setup provided by most last-mile internet providers is poorly suited to support a work-from-home workforce. A 10 mbps up/100 mbps down package can work for a single person, but for a family where multiple people may need to be on a video call this will be a miserable experience for all involved.
If we are going to insist that people continue to work from home, we need to lobby internet providers to provide support for burstable upload speeds during business hours.
The entire Trump presidency is exactly like a Tide Pod Challenge: 1) you regret it immediately after you pop it in; 2) you try to make yourself throw up, but you can't; 3) your whole body is on the bends while it makes its way through your system; 4) everyone around you just thinks you're a complete idiot for doing it in the first place.
Kernel.org after-party social