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BitShares -- Collection Of FAQs, Developers' Guides, Tutorials, Network/Wallet Configuration, ... and Much More

Thanks to Tsugimoto, we have a great collection of Developers Guide, FAQs, Tutorials & much more, for anyone wanting to get into BitShares.
Link: https://steemit.com/bitshares/@tsugimoto/bitshares-a-colloction-of-developers-tutorial-faqs-and-more
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Reading materials
General
Address structure, Format, block, time, etc
Protocol
Data structures
Public key system
Scriping language?
Account
Vesting Balance
Voting
Assets
Fee Pool * What is the fee pool all about?
Prediction Market
Market Fees
Market Pegged Assets
TransfeTransactions
Integration Guide * How to Run and Use a Full Node
Blockchain Interaction
Network and Wallet Configuration
Network and Wallet Configuration
CLI Wallet - FAQ
Create lifetime membership
Witness - FAQ
Price Feeds
Public & Private testnet differences
Committee Guide
Worker Guide
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9pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  8. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  10. Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology youtube.com comments technology
  11. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  12. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  13. After nine dropped cell phone calls for help, couple dies news.cnet.com comments technology
  14. Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman's CISPA bill in Senate is not about Cyber Security it is about intellectual Property countytimes.com comments technology
  15. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  16. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  17. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  18. Secret US-corporate negotiations creating SOPA on steroids? rt.com comments technology
  19. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  20. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  21. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Houston Hospital live-tweets brain surgery to 14 million users metro.co.uk comments technology
  23. TestPAC Raises $10,000 For Television Campaign Against Texas Congressman Lamar Smith - TechPresident techpresident.com comments technology
  24. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. Online music storage firm MP3tunes Inc filed for bankruptcy in a U.S. court, following its prolonged run-in with music publishing giant EMI Group over copyright issues reuters.com comments technology
  2. 360 degree panorama of Space Shuttle Discovery's flight deck during decommissioning 360vr.com comments technology
  3. Dropquest 2012 begins dropbox.com comments technology
  4. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  5. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  6. German court stays third Apple patent suit, more may follow appleinsider.com comments technology
  7. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  8. After hitting it with a car, dropping it down steps, freezing it, and setting it on fire, a Canon 7d still works. youtube.com comments technology
  9. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. now make cheap international calls with Localphone...:) mobileapparena.com comments technology
  11. Chelleliberty's Favorite Techdirt Posts Of The Week from the things-unseen dept techdirt.com comments technology
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12pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  2. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  3. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  6. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  8. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  9. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  10. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  11. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  13. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  14. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  15. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  16. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  17. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  18. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  19. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  20. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  21. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  22. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  23. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  24. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  25. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
  26. Men In Tech wekeroad.com comments technology
  27. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  28. Asteroid mining: The crazy, awesome plan to grab platinum from outer space. - Slate Magazine slate.com comments technology
  29. Facebook: pay to make your posts stand out... bbc.co.uk comments technology
  30. A website that reveals interesting correlations ifiknewyou.com comments technology
  31. Want a free GB of Dropbox space? Check out Dropquest, an online scavenger hunt with plenty of prizes. blog.dropbox.com comments technology
  32. Court Rules NSA Doesn't Have To Reveal Its Semi-Secret Relationship With Google forbes.com comments technology
  33. When will we get a press who don't feel the need to sensationalise everything and cry rape..all the time? bbc.co.uk comments technology
  34. The question "What's the best cellphone ever" calculated by WolframAlpha wolframalpha.com comments technology
  35. Wearing Helmets In Tornadoes Gains Momentum npr.org comments technology
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10pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  8. After nine dropped cell phone calls for help, couple dies news.cnet.com comments technology
  9. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  10. Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology youtube.com comments technology
  11. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  13. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  14. Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman's CISPA bill in Senate is not about Cyber Security it is about intellectual Property countytimes.com comments technology
  15. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  16. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  17. Secret US-corporate negotiations creating SOPA on steroids? rt.com comments technology
  18. Houston Hospital live-tweets brain surgery to 14 million users metro.co.uk comments technology
  19. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  20. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  21. TestPAC Raises $10,000 For Television Campaign Against Texas Congressman Lamar Smith - TechPresident techpresident.com comments technology
  22. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  23. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. Online music storage firm MP3tunes Inc filed for bankruptcy in a U.S. court, following its prolonged run-in with music publishing giant EMI Group over copyright issues reuters.com comments technology
  25. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. 360 degree panorama of Space Shuttle Discovery's flight deck during decommissioning 360vr.com comments technology
  2. Dropquest 2012 begins dropbox.com comments technology
  3. The History of Windows - Upgrading through every version of Windows (2.03 to 8) (full length video) youtube.com comments technology
  4. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  5. CISPA Who is watching.you on the internet? youtube.com comments technology
  6. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  7. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  8. German court stays third Apple patent suit, more may follow appleinsider.com comments technology
  9. After hitting it with a car, dropping it down steps, freezing it, and setting it on fire, a Canon 7d still works. youtube.com comments technology
  10. For UK users wanting access to the Piratebay, here is an easy work around. hidemyass.com comments technology
  11. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. now make cheap international calls with Localphone...:) mobileapparena.com comments technology
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2pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  2. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  3. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  4. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  5. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  6. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  8. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  9. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  10. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  11. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  12. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  13. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  15. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  16. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. Windows 8: You cannot run FireFox/Chrome or any third party browser and receive full features. extremetech.com comments technology
  18. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  19. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  20. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  21. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  22. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  23. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  24. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  25. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  26. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  27. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  28. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
  29. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  30. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  31. When will we get a press who don't feel the need to sensationalise everything and cry rape..all the time? bbc.co.uk comments technology
  32. Asteroid mining: The crazy, awesome plan to grab platinum from outer space. - Slate Magazine slate.com comments technology
  33. Array vs Stack programmers.stackexchange.com comments technology
  34. SHIRI, robotic butt youtube.com comments technology
  35. Facebook: pay to make your posts stand out... bbc.co.uk comments technology
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1pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  2. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  3. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  4. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  5. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  6. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  8. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  9. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  10. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  11. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  13. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  14. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  15. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  16. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  17. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  18. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  19. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  20. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  21. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  22. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  23. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  24. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  25. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
  26. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  27. Asteroid mining: The crazy, awesome plan to grab platinum from outer space. - Slate Magazine slate.com comments technology
  28. SHIRI, robotic butt youtube.com comments technology
  29. Facebook: pay to make your posts stand out... bbc.co.uk comments technology
  30. A website that reveals interesting correlations ifiknewyou.com comments technology
  31. Want a free GB of Dropbox space? Check out Dropquest, an online scavenger hunt with plenty of prizes. blog.dropbox.com comments technology
  32. Court Rules NSA Doesn't Have To Reveal Its Semi-Secret Relationship With Google forbes.com comments technology
  33. When will we get a press who don't feel the need to sensationalise everything and cry rape..all the time? bbc.co.uk comments technology
  34. Wearing Helmets In Tornadoes Gains Momentum npr.org comments technology
  35. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
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4pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  4. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  5. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  6. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  7. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  9. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  10. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  11. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  12. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  13. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  15. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  16. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  17. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  18. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  20. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  21. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  22. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  23. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  24. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  25. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  26. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  27. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  28. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  29. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
  30. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  31. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  32. Court Goes Censorship Crazy Against Dutch Pirate Party: "Basically, telling people how to get around a block, even if it's linking to a general proxy (not a specific one) is now barred in the Netherlands." techdirt.com comments technology
  33. When will we get a press who don't feel the need to sensationalise everything and cry rape..all the time? bbc.co.uk comments technology
  34. US spy agency can keep mum on Google ties: court - Yahoo! ca.news.yahoo.com comments technology
  35. Asteroid mining: The crazy, awesome plan to grab platinum from outer space. - Slate Magazine slate.com comments technology
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8pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  8. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  10. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  11. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  12. Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology youtube.com comments technology
  13. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  14. Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman's CISPA bill in Senate is not about Cyber Security it is about intellectual Property countytimes.com comments technology
  15. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  16. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  17. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  18. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Online music storage firm MP3tunes Inc filed for bankruptcy in a U.S. court, following its prolonged run-in with music publishing giant EMI Group over copyright issues reuters.com comments technology
  20. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  21. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. Secret US-corporate negotiations creating SOPA on steroids? rt.com comments technology
  2. Facebook encouraging organ donations extratorrent.com comments technology
  3. a printable electromagnetic shield that "only blocks a select set of frequencies used by wireless LANs, and allows cellular phones and other radio waves through." bldgblog.blogspot.com comments technology
  4. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  5. Dropquest 2012 begins dropbox.com comments technology
  6. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  7. German court stays third Apple patent suit, more may follow appleinsider.com comments technology
  8. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  9. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  11. Meet Shiri, the robotic ass. "It responds to slaps and caresses with various forms of shuddering, clenching, and pulsating." futureoftech.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  12. NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission took a test rover to Dumont Dunes in California's Mojave Desert this week to improve knowledge of the best way to operate a similar rover, Curiosity. nasa.gov comments technology
  13. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  14. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
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  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  10. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  11. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  12. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  13. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  14. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  15. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  16. Online music storage firm MP3tunes Inc filed for bankruptcy in a U.S. court, following its prolonged run-in with music publishing giant EMI Group over copyright issues reuters.com comments technology
  17. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  18. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  19. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. Secret US-corporate negotiations creating SOPA on steroids? rt.com comments technology
  2. a printable electromagnetic shield that "only blocks a select set of frequencies used by wireless LANs, and allows cellular phones and other radio waves through." bldgblog.blogspot.com comments technology
  3. Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology youtube.com comments technology
  4. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  5. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  6. German court stays third Apple patent suit, more may follow appleinsider.com comments technology
  7. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  8. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  9. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
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  11. NASA's Mars Science Laboratory mission took a test rover to Dumont Dunes in California's Mojave Desert this week to improve knowledge of the best way to operate a similar rover, Curiosity. nasa.gov comments technology
  12. Wikipedia user 'mtking' censoring/deleting all MMA articles reddit.com comments technology
  13. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  14. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  15. Why didn't I ever hear about this? cbc.ca comments technology
  16. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
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  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  9. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  10. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  11. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  13. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  15. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  16. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  17. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  18. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  19. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  20. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  21. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  2. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  3. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  4. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  5. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  6. Microsoft Bing goes social in search war with Google computerworld.com comments technology
  7. German court stays third Apple patent suit, more may follow appleinsider.com comments technology
  8. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  9. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  10. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  11. Is it time to change the batteries on my building? ucrtoday.ucr.edu comments technology
  12. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  13. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  14. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
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  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  6. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  8. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  9. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  10. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  11. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  13. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. Windows 8: You cannot run FireFox/Chrome or any third party browser and receive full features. extremetech.com comments technology
  15. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  16. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  17. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  18. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  20. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  21. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  22. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  23. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  24. New Disney Research Turns Almost Anything Into An Interface disneyresearch.com comments technology
  25. Facebook revises privacy policy: The move could pave the way for the company to use information about you even if you're outside of the Facebook network -- for instance, via an ad network. news.cnet.com comments technology
  26. CISPA has NOT been stopped. youtube.com comments technology
  27. This Is What Developing For Android Looks Like techcrunch.com comments technology
  28. "HBO co-president Eric Kessler has said he thinks the move away from traditional television to an internet-based model is just a fad that will pass" forbes.com comments technology
  29. Oracle ignores judge's advice, going after infringed profits zdnet.com comments technology
  30. Court Goes Censorship Crazy Against Dutch Pirate Party: "Basically, telling people how to get around a block, even if it's linking to a general proxy (not a specific one) is now barred in the Netherlands." techdirt.com comments technology
  31. When will we get a press who don't feel the need to sensationalise everything and cry rape..all the time? bbc.co.uk comments technology
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6pm Sat 12 May 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Dutch Judge Who Ordered Pirate Bay Links Censored Found To Be Corrupt falkvinge.net comments technology
  2. Verizon refuses to activate on lost man's cell phone for police search unless they agreed to pay his $20 overdue bill. timesreporter.com comments technology
  3. "An engineer has proposed — and outlined in meticulous detail — building a full-sized, ion-powered version of the Starship Enterprise complete with 1G of gravity on board, and says it could be done with current technology, within 20 years." msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  4. The SpaceX mission, now scheduled for May 19, will be the first by a private company to send a rocket to the International Space Station. news.cnet.com comments technology
  5. Game Of Thrones On Track To Be Most Pirated Show Of 2012; Pirates Still Asking HBO For Legitimate Options techdirt.com comments technology
  6. Time Warner CEO says that to combat movie piracy, dvds need to start being released soon after the movie is dropped from theaters deadline.com comments technology
  7. The MPAA is outraged and offended by The Pirate Bay "seeking to justify profiting from digital theft” by referring to Hollywood’s founders as pirates. Instead, they claim they were freedom fighters who saw no other option than to infringe patents for the sake of creativity. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. Facebook to vote on privacy changes, if 7,000 people make comment. In 7 days. This is not a joke. facebook.com comments technology
  9. 30% of the file-sharers in the UK admit that they are going to pirate more films, music, games, and e-books within the next year. extratorrent.com comments technology
  10. Pirate Bay ‘Censorship’ Judge is Corrupt, Claims Pirate Party Founder torrentfreak.com comments technology
  11. Louis CK Secretly Releases Another Online-Only Special buy.louisck.net comments technology
  12. Jay Leno's 3D printer jaylenosgarage.com comments technology
  13. Low-cost nanosheet catalyst discovered to split hydrogen from water sciencedaily.com comments technology
  14. Engineer says real starship Enterprise could be built in 20 years universetoday.com comments technology
  15. Bitcoins worth $87,000 plundered in brazen server breach | Ars Technica arstechnica.com comments technology
  16. Cardboard eco-USB dreamburen.com comments technology
  17. [Eureka! Science News
New Study On Manta Rays Reveals Their Hidden Life](http://planetsave.com/2012/05/11/new-manta-ray-study-reveals-hidden-life/) planetsave.com comments technology
  1. Verizon stonewalls request to turn over information on alleged pirates | The Verge theverge.com comments technology
  2. Michio Kaku: The Dark Side of Technology youtube.com comments technology
  3. Secret US-corporate negotiations creating SOPA on steroids? rt.com comments technology
  4. On Diaspora's Social Network, You Own Your Data businessweek.com comments technology
  5. The FBI took -- and mysteriously returned -- their server. redtape.msnbc.msn.com comments technology
  6. A new NZ ISP has withdrawn its "global mode" that allowed customers to evade country-based blocking of web content - just 48 hrs after enabling the service theregister.co.uk comments technology
  7. Anti-WiFi wallpaper lets cellular and radio through arstechnica.com comments technology
  8. Verizon Follows Twitter’s Example And Joins Friends Of The Internet Club The company refuses to comply with subpoena that would give out user details webpronews.com comments technology
  9. Hartverdrahtet – Infinite complexity in 4096 bytes creativeapplications.net comments technology
  10. Pirate Bay to Anonymous: DDoS is censorship, cut it out facebook.com comments technology
  11. Since all the members of the MPAA make about $10 billion a year combined, and Google makes the same on its own, why can't Google just lobby for copyright reform? javaworld.com comments technology
  12. 360 degree panorama of Space Shuttle Discovery's flight deck during decommissioning 360vr.com comments technology
  13. FBI Fears Bitcoin's Popularity with Criminals wired.com comments technology
  14. Houston Hospital live-tweets brain surgery to 14 million users metro.co.uk comments technology
  15. TestPAC Raises $10,000 For Television Campaign Against Texas Congressman Lamar Smith - TechPresident techpresident.com comments technology
  16. Greenest states to own an electric car - Apr. 26, 2012 money.cnn.com comments technology
  17. CISPA Hasn’t Been Stopped – Your Facebook Account Still At Risk! leaksfree.com comments technology
  18. Online music storage firm MP3tunes Inc filed for bankruptcy in a U.S. court, following its prolonged run-in with music publishing giant EMI Group over copyright issues reuters.com comments technology
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10 Simple Techniques For How to Invest in Bitcoin - NerdWallet Bitcoin Fundamentals: Block Size, Bitcoin Scalability, & SegWit Explained Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology & Twitter hack  Marathi  Dheera Bitcoin Block Size: Larger or smaller blocks? Bitcoin block size limit concept: history of its establishment

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