lightning node information
i've had to shut down all channels to my old lightning node due to a database inconsistency, if you want, you can connect to the new one:
I'm continuing my exploration of the cypherpunks mailing list. Here is a mail from Tim May discussing the rationale and risks of a cashless society which is eerily relevant for today (it's 1992 folks!)
@cjd The thing to understand about Chromebooks, though, is that they're toasters, not general purpose computers. I once referred to Macs as Disneyland, where you get the park and then the deep bowels where cast members roam. This is far more true of Chromebook. Google and Apple both have an interest in keeping the divide between users and developers vast.
@orionwl Thank you and everyone else who has participated in this version
Bitcoin Core 0.18.1 download links
Bitcoin Core version 0.18.1 is now available from:
Or through BitTorrent:
[ann] Bitcoin Core 0.18.1 Released!
OCD is not liking things tidy.
Bipolar is not a mood swing.
Depression isn’t feeling sad.
Anxiety disorders are not normal emotions.
Schizophrenia is not a split personality.
Autism is not being good at Maths.
Mental health is not mental illness.
Mental illness is not terrorism.
"[The Librem 5] will also have a removable battery, a feature that Apple long ago abandoned in the interest of svelte devices."
An independent security researcher discovered a vulnerability in the OLED of hardware wallets in April 2019. Trezor Model T has a TFT display and is immune. Updating to the latest firmware v1.8.2 for Trezor One mitigates the issue. Read our disclosure: https://blog.trezor.io/details-of-the-oled-vulnerability-and-its-mitigation-d331c4e2001a
Can we PLEASE get simpler CPUs again? I don't want none of that speculative execution crap anymore… #SWAPGS
Turns out PGP is so bad that Johnny's actually fucking fired now 😂
@EdS @emilio A related Life project: A group of hackers from codegolf.stackchange.com accepted the a challenge and spent ~2 years to develop a 16-bit clockless RISC CPU inside #GameOfLife to build a Tetris machine.
Nevertheless, the size of this computer is 2,940,928 x 10,295,296, not sure if can be ran on a retrocomputer... It also needs a extended Game of Life engine to write keyboard input directly to the RAM section.