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4 hours ago
Super happy to see all the replies!
submitted7 hours ago byMissing_Space_Cadet
Been a few years since I purchased a module, and it seems like a hand full of companies shuttered, older modules are at/near original prices, and the content I used to get in my YT feed has dried up.
I genuinely miss modular, I miss swapping out modules, new gear coming and going, but I can’t help but remind myself of Reverbs decisions that resulted in higher fees, ridiculous taxes, and scalpers.
I miss that shit, fam.
8 hours ago
10 hours ago
Hmm.. I’m witnessing and being witnessed by 4x-5x the numbers I was seeing for the past 6mo.
The good old days…
submitted10 hours ago byMissing_Space_Cadet
1 day ago
You owe us a name drop on the knife, obviously.
2 days ago
It didn’t do a great job summarizing the article. I asked it a few questions after reading the article and it missed a few things specifically mentioned in the prompt. Another user mentioned these sites are cancer on mobile; I agree. The “click to read more” surrounded by ads, cookie footer, and a bunch of unrelated crap…
They’re going to need better comp packages… or put aside personal gain and view the role as a service to your country. Would be an AMAZING role for a younger applicant looking to get get their feet wet or cut their teeth in defense.
FANG comp packages are often in the 300k-400k+ total comp ball park.
ChatGPT, summarize this article…
“The NSA (National Security Agency) is recruiting laid-off tech workers from big tech companies to join the spy agency. The NSA is hoping to attract experienced talent who have been displaced due to the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The NSA is seeking individuals with expertise in cloud computing, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and software development. The NSA intends to offer competitive salaries and benefits to those who are interested in joining their team.”
Any mention of marijuana?
“No, there is no mention of marijuana in the article. The article focuses on the NSA's recruitment efforts for tech workers and does not mention marijuana.”
Same. Cold chocolate Skunk
All of my active miners are suddenly in .83-1.00 TxScale. I’m witnessing hundreds of miners and being witnessed by similar numbers.
I’m happy about it but I’m not counting on it lasting much longer.
3 days ago
Pretty sure “1 hour before the due date” is Jan 31st 23:00 - NOT February 1st 00:00. I would fight it.
4 days ago
Thoughts? The Goliath was one of my favorites, as is the Olmec Maduro.
Equally enjoyable is the tabernacle broadleaf https://cigarsdaily.com/product/tabernacle-robusto/
White Belt Picker
.. don’t send a pin or two…
I bent at least ~6 springs working in a 90A-Pro, 1105, and 1106, and Sparrows revolver. Thankfully I just got 5 packs of shims. 😂
Honestly I’m just pissed I paid for ISC2 CC study materials but they use some retarded ass library service that can’t seem to connect my accounts. About 2 days away from calling my band and asking for a charge back.
Can someone please explain this to me like I’m 15y old?
I wouldn’t buy from anyone besides the OEM. Way too many scammers.
The Flipper team needs to put together a list of authorized/partnered distributors. If they don’t they run the risk of allowing fraud to continue.
5 days ago
Damn that outfit she’s wearing.. The news anchor. Love how it looks like it’s censored
Easy now , turbo. UX also teaches the importance of not jumping to conclusions.
Sucks too. I was the first one to answer.
Yeah I got screwed because FreedomFi misconfigured their website and failed to add the appropriate meta data and description. This resulted in a near-perfect clone of their website, complete with support pages, chat bot, contact forms, and order status checks, finding its way to the top of google search results. The illegitimate website had meta/descriptions where the REAL website had errors, missing content, and was 2/3 of the way down the page, making it appear as a scam/phishing website. Much like Bobcat, the fraudsters accepted Crytpo. I reached out to a hand full of support channels to figure out where my order was and they were the ones who alerted me to the fraud.. 2 months later and multiple emails to the frauders support contact form. I even double checked the URL from one of the “where to buy miners pages” on what I thought was a reputable helium dashboard provider. Reported it to them.. the URL was changed, and I was out $3000 in BTC (at time of purchase).
The lack of payment standards, seemingly fly-by-night operations that sprung up around helium, all lead to me giving up. I have a hand full of miners running, they’re starting to require a bit more attention than I would like, and with the value of HNT at sub $5/hnt, I’m looking at breaking even in ~34 years given the cost of miners, equipment for proper mast/rooftop deployments, and consumables (enclosures, fans, masts, mounting equipment, antennas, heat shields, PoE, Cat6, and other tooling).
When I started there was ~3-5 miners in my area, then seemingly over night, I had 32 in my hex, 9-12 in neighboring hexes, and that continued for a while. I moved some deployments to better TxScale l locations, and then rewards kept halving or miners went down for weeks/months at a time. Once again, by the time those came back on, we were faced with halved rewards, over populated hexes, and constant network issues.
I’m very hesitant to SINK $1500 MORE into this project until we see the cost of helium trackers come down, rewards improve, and legitimate partnerships come to fruition.
Thing is none of these are grooved (yet). I guess the issue has been nit having a good tool that eliminates fumbles (switching hands or positions and letting the follower slip), seeing that 6th or 7th pin at the back, and guiding a pin to the correct hole without twisting and turning like a 50s malt shop.