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2 points · 3 days ago

I love the row machine for cardio. Great full body exercise and easier on the knees/joints than running. Could be a way to keep you occupied while you recover (depending where you are at with your injury)

0 points · 6 days ago

Was this on web or app?

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Was traveling abroad with no access to an iron and wrinkled clothes. A hair dryer, which is available in most hotel rooms, on hot acts like a dryer to unwrinkle clothes. Worked to get most of the wrinkles out, especially for cotton.

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Get rid of auto play videos on desktop. The cuncel button for them doesn't work so I have to pause videos a second before they end so it doesn't load another page that I don't want

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This has been fixed as of this morning

Can you just disable autoplay if the reader is viewing in the comments? I mean, I know you're trying to get the pageviews up, but that and autoplay in general is obnoxious when you're on the 5th comment and bam! Last week's pizza review you've already seen.

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This is fixed. Thanks for pointing it out. I'll look into canceling the countdown if the video player is not in view. Good suggestion

You should check out Sirens of Titan if your on a Vonnegut binge. Easily my favorite by him.

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I agree. Such a fun read

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Curious to what other people do when completing a book. I've found myself diving right into another one and sometimes even researching my next read towards the end of a book but when I do take a few days to reflect on a book I have a much greater appreciation for it.

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It depends. If it's a page turning series (Red Rising, etc.) I dive right into the next one with no pause whatsoever. With something a little deeper or difficult, I might reflect on it for a day or two and spend that time on other hobbies that I had neglected while reading.

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Original Poster4 points · 6 months ago

That's a good way to put it. I guess it begs the question, what constitutes a 'deeper' read? A book can appear to be simple and entertaining but after reflecting on it you discover theres more to it

That's how I usually do it, I do audiobooks at work, so I typically always have one going most of the time. Ended up listening to 52 books last year lol

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Original Poster4 points · 6 months ago

Have you tried a different approach?

I've been reading a lot of Vonnegut and I feel like I should give myself more time to think on what I've read but I'd rather dive into something new. May need to assign myself a little book report after a novel 🤣

Sent 5,000 in ether yesterday to get more trx in binance and still fucking pending. FairX can’t come fast enough

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Coinbase is the epitome of trash but everyone is a bit high on FairX, a company that at this point is a landing page and a couple tweets

How can one not be? Can't wait for the day to not have to go through another coin like bitcoin or ehterieum just to buy an alt coin.

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Agreed but they really haven't proven anything but an idea at this point

What other coins have good code? What do you look for (as simple as possible please) in the code? I would like to do this but wouldn't know what to look for.

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13 points · 6 months ago

Lisk is interesting. Good tech and very active contribution

Seems to be back up for me in the States.

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Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

Yea appears to be back up

yes. Its an exchange built on the stellar network. Its really fast. The prices are also the best indicator of where the market is going short term.

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Original Poster1 point · 6 months ago

Cool, I'll check it out. Thanks

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Is it legal to purchase a residential building, say 2 family house in NYC borough, and renting it to yourself?

Myself and a partner are incorporating an LLC for real estate investment and are thinking about buying a building and each being the 2 tennants of the apartments. Are there legal ramifications? Is this something that is common practice?

Appreciate any advice!

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Looked into doing this in PA and other than building a history of finances for the company I couldn’t find any benefits. It’s more paper work, more taxes, more hassle than it seems to be worth.

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Original Poster2 points · 6 months ago

Thanks for your reply. Yea essentially we want to build the company's financial history while also living there

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Is FairX an IBM initiative?

I like a lot of what IBM is working on in the blockchain space and think they are a great investment at current price and dividend yeild. Is there any confirmation that they are involved with FairX?

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Is FairX an IBM initiative?

I like a lot of what IBM is working on in the blockchain space and think they are a great investment at current price and dividend yeild. Is there any confirmation that they are involved with FairX?

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Ledger is probably the best but there are cheaper options

9 points · 6 months ago · edited 6 months ago

Even if XRP's technology becomes the standard way all banks send money, how will that make the Ripple token useful or valuable in any way?

Banks aren't going to convert USD into Ripple to send between banks, then back into USD. It's can't compete as a currency. You are basically buying a pseudo-stock to help the banks fund an R&D project. But it's not a real stock because even if it makes the banks rich the value of Ripple may not reflect that.

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That's exactly how it works. Fiat is converted to xrp then sent directly to another bank where it is exchanged for the local Fiat there

Nice job.

A couple ideas:

  • Just add an .in-view class and put the type of animation class (ie: slide-up) on the element, that way you don't need to do that if else. Also allows for any custom animations to be used.

  • Add throttling to the scroll event so it isn't firing every millisecond to help performance

  • try and challenge yourself to refactor without jQuery ;)

Maybe I'll fork and make a PR but just wanted to throw some ideas out there.

Thanks for sharing!

Original Poster1 point · 9 months ago

Great! thanks for the ideas! I'm still pretty new to this all so advice is very much appreciated :) .

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Hey bud,

I created a PR for some of what I mentioned. Noticed you added the throttling ;)

https://github.com/joshborup/scroll-animation.js/pull/1

4 points · 1 year ago

I think the are better pizzerias within a few blocks and it is pretty pricey. Worth a try though

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I own an S Corporation that I use for some freelancing once in a while. The money I bring in is sporadic and usually not over $10k/year. I set up the corporation so I wouldn't have to pay individual taxes on the earnings.

I have a project that will net me around $3k. Can I pay myself that $3k as an owner without penalty? Obviously I would need to pay the corporate tax rate on it, right?

Sorry for the ignorance. I did a bunch of Google-ing but all the articles I found say pay yourself a reasonable salary as an employee but I do not have steady income to take salary bi-weekly or even quarterly.

TLDR I have work fulltime as an employee at a company I do not own. I have an S-Corp that I use for random freelance jobs that come in.

I want to pay myself the money I make from these random projects less any taxes I need to pay.

How can I do this the right way?

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845 points · 1 year ago · edited 1 year ago

That last scene with those shadowy figures was basically...

We demand...

A SHRUBBERY!

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2 points · 1 year ago

You think those people could be from Roman World or Medieval World like in the movie?

4 points · 2 years ago

Check out codepen and sort by the most popular or look for a style guide for a large web app to see really good use of modular css

-3 points · 2 years ago

Apple needs a visionary, like Steve was. They should hire someone just to be the designated idea man/woman, just 8 hours a day of idea after idea after idea. Not necessarily in the CEO position, but just to churn out great, out-of-the-box ideas and product improvements that the designers can pick and choose from. It seems like Steve was that guy back in the day. Remember when they said they had 5 years worth of Steve's ideas after he died in 2011? Well, it's 2016 now...

But hey, if they're looking for someone like that, contact me Apple! :)

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Like Action Jack Barker

I know how many commas there are...

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9 points · 2 years ago

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