You mean that the comment below Davanden’s line isn’t from you?
Since when younger people are literate enough to have a go at crosswords? I thought they couldn’t even hand-write anymore? (snark from a crosswords lover who hate those pop culture references)
You do it from memory? I just write the numbers that could be there in the empty squares and crosses them off.
Sure, but frozen waste isn’t that a problem if you dig below the hole. No leakage.
They married them for the value of an alliance, not by betting in advance how fast the child will run once old enough.
Sorry, no. I know roughly how it works, not the details.
Nope, not in France as we do not have that celebration. This is an Irish/Irish American celebration.
(blink) What a weird tradition. Thanks for the explanation. I’ll make sure to wear green for my next trip to the US if it falls down on St Patrick day. :D
I wonder if the name Walking Dead is about the zombies or the non-zombie going to be killed soon people.
Very, very roughly. It is a calculation process with multiple computers calculating the same thing to come to a consensus, then the information is locked into a block, tied to the other information blocks, to create a chain of blocks that have been checked and confirmed by multiple verification. It is supposed to be the answer to hacking and false information. It all happens in the Cloud.
It is also now the way through which the crypto-currencies are created . Blockchains need a huge amount of calculating power, to encourage people to tie their computer calculating power to that you are rewarded with crypto currencies.
The more computer power you give, the greater the gain. Which is why you now have computer farms or even dishonest people trying to takeover unsuspecting computers and make them work for them.