Bitcoin Miner Taps Dad’s Power Plant in Virtual Money Hunt: Tech


Bitcoin

By Jason Clenfield and Pavel Alpeyev


Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/BloombergAlex Wilhem, a bitcoin miner, poses for a photograph in front of his computer, set up to mine crypto-currencies to…


Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/BloombergAlex Wilhem, a bitcoin miner, looks at his computer set up to mine crypto-currencies to exchange into bitcoins, at his house in Tokyo.


Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/BloombergAlex Wilhem, a bitcoin miner, looks at his computer, set up to mine crypto-currencies to exchange into bitcoins, at his house in Tokyo.


Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/BloombergAlex Wilhem, a bitcoin miner, is silhouetted in front of his computer, set up to mine crypto-currencies to exchange…


Photographer: Yuriko Nakao/BloombergThe status of remote computers set up to mine crypto-currencies to exchange into bitcoins are shown on a computer..

In the five years since bitcoin was created, the hunt for them has consumed enough electricity to keep the Eiffel Tower lit for 260 years. One man’s way around the…

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Home Entertainment Network


Noodle Bundle

Daily, digital entertainment devices such as TV, laptop, cellphone or any personal devices can help to chill you down from many problems in life from work to wife. Now have a look at devices you have in your house: TV, DVD player, set-top-box, game console, speakers, smartphones, tablet, laptop… wow quite a lot, and those are still not all of them. In order to make them in use, we need to ‘wire’ them physically. And with the revolution of ‘Internet of thing’, we have even more choices to connect devices e.g ethernet cable, wireless signal

Have you ever wondered how many types of cables you can use to wire your devices? Or how you can make your home entertainment devices ‘communicate’ over home network? Connecting your devices together doesn’t only mean make them in use, but also let them ‘communicate’ openly to share contents or easily switch transceivers in the…

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Developing an iPad Program in a School Environment – Post 3: WiFi (or the lack of…) and setting up an Aerohive network


mr. dan

I have no idea what these means, but boy does it look impressive. Look at all those arrows! I have no idea what this means, but boy does it look impressive. Look at all those arrows!

Having a bunch of new devices running around the school will be great, but having these all connected, talking to each other and the internet would be even better (and doing this reliably, 100% of the time). English on an iPad is always more fun when you can do it on the oval right? It will also open up our teachers to a wealth of freedom, having to not be tethered to the same spot in the class will allow the teacher to have a classroom anywhere.

Currently we have a very limited WiFi setup, but now I will be rolling it out across the entire school.

In researching my options there were two main choices, Xirrus and Aerohive. Both will provide us with all the infrastructure we need now and in the…

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Empower Network Coaching Personalizado GRATIS Para $100k


Leonel Castro's Blog

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WLS 3.0.0.58 Released


digirati82

WLS 3.0.0.58 has been released!

New Features

Database alternate location

An alternate DB location can now be specified.

Decoding for provider message IDs

Some Vista+ logs contain values that start with %%. These can now be optionally decoded and added as a field or replace the %% values.

Disk space limits

A minimum disk space may now be specified, and if the disk space falls below the threshold, WLS will stop queuing logs and send a notification directly to the syslog server. Normal behavior will resume when disk space returns above the threshold.

Enhanced network interface logs

Logging of network interfaces on start-up and after a network change now includes more data about each adapter.

Legacy log parsing

Optionally now include the remaining log data from XP logs after all replacement strings have been parsed.

MemberName resolution

When a user is added or removed from a group, the log did not…

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