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More analysis from Rusty Russel of the transactions within Bitcoin blocks.  How much of it is currently spam?
What happens if bitcoin blocks fill? Miners choose transactions with the highest fees, so low fee transactions get left behind. Let's look at what makes up blocks today, to try to figure out which transactions will get “crowded out” at various thresholds. Some assumptions need to be made here: ...
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Bitcoin to change units to πBTC by default
Not confusing at all.
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Litecoin need to change units to πLTC by default.pls!
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The Nexus 6 stock OTA update from a few days ago to fix the first Stagefright vectors seems to have broke Bluetooth.  After about a day of uptime two of my bluetooth devices no longer work.  I need to reboot to get them to work for a while, but they soon later stop working until another reboot.
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No, 5.1.1 came long before the first round of Stagefright patches.
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Sandstorm backers recontributed a total of $10,644 to Roundcube Next! I can't wait to see this new, modern, open source webmail app land on Sandstorm.

We'll be using our membership in the Roundcube advisory committee to help +Aaron Seigo and the rest of the Roundcube team understand how to make Roundcube an ideal experience for Sandstorm users. This will include everything from integrating with Sandstorm's authentication API to tweaking the UI to cleanly support single-mailbox instances to making sure users can select documents directly from their Sandstorm server when attaching files (because downloading and re-uploading would be silly). None of this will be hard, but being able to do it directly in the upstream codebase rather than maintain our own fork will be better for everyone. :)
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Bitcoin blocks are growing, but nowhere near full yet.
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I am a Linux software developer best known as the founder of the Fedora Project.  I was formerly a Software Engineer at Red Hat and now I work on business and engineering at Blockstream.
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  • Shidler College of Business
    MBA, 2014
  • University of Hawaii at Manoa
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Waitress was unhelpful in recommending dishes, seemed unfamiliar with the choices and was unenthusiastic. Food was of moderate to good quality, but to our party it really was not a spectacular dining experience. I feel like I normally get a tastier meal in a classier environment at Assagio's for a lower price. Overall the quality of the food and ambiance was below what you would expect at this premium price.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Had the "lunch bento" which includes assorted nigiri and maki. The maki (generally vegetables) were mediocre but edible. The two raw fish nigiri were not pleasing in flavor or texture at all, not fresh, seeming as if they were frozen and thawed multiple times. Absolutely terrible.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Excellent dining experience. We ate there a few nights ago during our Big Island vacation. This restaurant seems to have many unusual fusions of East and West ingredients, but in our experience the combinations were well executed and absolutely delicious. Atmosphere was very nice. Sunday night someone was singing and playing Western and Blues on guitar. Service had great attention to detail. Bathrooms were notable in being extremely clean.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Hidden gem of Waimea. Cozy atmosphere. The friendly staff were flexible and willing to make substitutions in my order to remove dairy in favor of avocado and soy milk. Their wraps and smoothies were absolutely delicious. Makes me wish I had a place of this caliber near my own home.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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Average quality Indian food in a great location. You sit on the second floor overlooking Alii Highway, overlooking the ocean. By Mainland standards the Indian food itself is pretty average, maybe deserving of 3 stars. But this rating this adjusted slightly for lower general expectations as Indian is quite rare in this area.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Delicious breakfast! We were in a rush in the Keahou Shopping Center and they were the only decent looking place for us to grab a breakfast. We were very much pleased with an excellent pot of genmai-cha, tofu salad with apricot sesame dressing and a BLT bagel sandwich. It exceeded our expectations.
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reviewed 5 years ago
Excellent quality and quick service. We sat at the sushi bar. We had several orders of sashimi, nigiri, and maki. I was pleased by the quality of hamachi and toro, and the "spider roll" soft-shelled crab maki was quite delicious. The only drawback is that It is a tad bit expensive, but that is to be expected given its location in the Alii Highway tourist area of Kona. My friend who lives in Kamuela says that Shiono is probably the best Japanese restaurant on the Big Island.
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