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Category Archives: Computers
On 10/25/17, Kim Iskyan from Stanberry Churchouse Research published in Daily Wealth about investing bias holding people back from cryptocurrencies simply because it’s something they’re unfamiliar with.
After trying multiple times, GDAX would not let me register because it would not accept my address. The reply from GDAX customer support scares me. Excerpted below.
I read the June 2017 Nuts & Volts editorial where Bryan Bergeron explains in the Developing Perspectives column why he has avoided upgrading his computer for 8 years. I surely agree with his observations and have accumulated even more evidence … Continue reading
Following the Linux Mint hacking scandal? Both sides have a point. The answer is not absolute.
I may want to help. It may be good to help. But I don’t want to be forced to help.