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  1. EPISODE 3 – “Quirky Rares, and we lay down a 100,000 PEPECASH vs 1 YAMATOPEPE bet” | RARE PEPE PODCAST

    Listen Here: Download here: Aloha, Rare Pepe lovers around the world. We have a beautiful show today. We discuss a Rare Pepe that was recently made rare as of 4 days ago, and missed the keen eyes of the Rare Pepe scientist for so long (Issuance wasn't locked). We also make bets, and trade…

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  2. Episode 2 – “Couldn’t get Wade to stay, but we got Theo, J-$CRILLA, and a few others” | RARE PEPE PODCAST

    Listen Here: Download Here: Aloha beautiful peoples in the Rare Pepe Universe, the show's a mess, but it's all good. Here are some of the projects, and other kine things that were discussed on the podcast this morning: Card is RAREPEPEMAG "Tweet @rarepepemag to get your Rare Pepe featured for free" KINGDOM…

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  3. The Bitcoin Group #149 - “Satoshi” Speaks - Alphabay Down - $50M Fund - $55,000 Bitcoin

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    Craig Wright Speech Full (starts at 2:28:38)

    Today in Bitcoin (2017-07-04) - Excerpts from Craig Wright’s Speech

    Voorhees: Bitcoin Will Probably Be Replaced If Scaling Resolution Not Found This Summer

    Alphabay is currently down

    AlphaBay, Biggest Online Drug Bazaar, Goes Dark, and Questions Swirl

    Former Bain Manager Launches $50 Million Bitcoin and Ethereum Fund

    First major Wall Street strategist weighs in on bitcoin, sees it worth as much as $55,000

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  4. TBP126 - Litecoin’s SegWit Activation

    First and foremost, Congratulations to Litecoin and Charlie Lee, our guest this week, on locking in Segregated Witness activation! In an era when blockchain upgrades have been defined by years of intellectual combat, a new milestone is set to offer a stark contrast to that narrative. If SegWit proves to be safe, it will put more pressure on bitcoin mining pools to adopt the change. Although it seems unlikely LTC will overtake BTC anytime soon, things will get very interesting moving forward. A successful SegWit activation for Litecoin could have an effect on the bitcoin network too, though. These are exciting times to be involved in cryptocurrency, that much is certain.

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  5. Andresen on BitCoin and Virtual Currency | EconTalk | Library of Economics and Liberty

    Gavin Andresen, Principal of the BitCoin Virtual Currency Project, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about BitCoin, an innovative attempt to create a decentralized electronic currency. Andresen explains the origins of BitCoin, how new currency gets created, how you can acquire BitCoins and the prospects for BitCoin's future. Can it compete with government-sanctioned money? How can users trust it? What threatens BitCoin and how might it thrive?

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  6. RRP #2: John D. Cook on math consulting, Python and going solo

    Episode Summary: A few years ago I promised you a blog series on how to start your own consulting business in machine learning: getting set up, figuring out legal & intellectual property rights, finding consistent work, scoping in the face of research uncertainty, the project life cycle, mistakes to avoid… I gave a few talks on this topic but never … Read More

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  7. Racket with Matthew Flatt | Software Engineering Daily Play in new window | Download

    “I think what functional programming does is codify what we’ve discovered are good ways to think about problems most of the time.”

    Racket is a functional programming language similar to Lisp and Scheme.

    Matthew Flatt is a member of the Racket core development team and also a professor of computer science at the University of Utah.


    What characterizes a Scheme language or a Lisp language?

    What is an s-expression?

    Why is Racket a good language to teach students how programming languages work?

    What’s the difference between a functional and a pure-functional language?

    What are the most important evolutionary moments in the history of programming languages?

    How would you define a domain specific language?

    What kinds of companies are using Racket?


    Racket is …

    Why Racket? Why Lisp?

    Domain Specific Languages

    Dr. Flatt’s home page

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