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Everything posted by zack.miller

  1. And the human put such a bad name on them. Poor Creatures. They are the gingers of the sea (no pun intended).
  2. Of course that they could, but would they? And then the Neo elephant will arise
  3. Cloud Cons: Anyone could have your data ATM and this happened almost 3 years ago. It's just there's no one interested in exposing it. There is bulk of stolen data and resources(Silicon Valley :0 ) and there will be more in the future, but on the other hand, only a device out of any kind of network is secure. So I think the development and broader use of coud is inevitable, no matter the balance of pros and cons
  4. I see this is an old thread but I'll put my question here. Does anyone have some experience in sharing their PC resources with some company? As there are big and small practitioners, does it pay off for the average home renting user? Has anyone made some analysis of monthly earnings for average i5 processor and what's the life expectancy of normal and rented processor, etc?
  5. Thank you for the share, someone mentioned this to me
  6. I am dividing the investments into categories in order of risk. Low Risk - Here you won't lose the money but can't earn much High Risk - The chances of earning are small, but you can earn a lot Since 1000$ is a small amount (according to me) I guess you're interested in something with higher risk. There is a process of evaluating the investment ideas. Make a list and make analysis, we're interested in science, right? There are terms like net present value, qualitative and quantitative analysis... You'll understand the huge difference between an investment in gold, shares of a company, bitcoin... Start a simple SWOT of the final ideas
  7. It is not that complicated. You just have to write the Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats?
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