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Big Data in the Telecommunications Ecosystem

Saturday, October 10th, 2020

Excerpt from ReadWrite:

Big data analysis is the next innovative technique that the telecommunications (telecom) sector is deploying. Big data will tame the telecommunications abundance of data, and enable harvesting information “gold” from existing data storage. We know that Big data includes paper as well as innovating new ways of collecting numerous touch-points of data.

According to a MindCommerce study:

“An average telecom operator generates billions of records per day, and data should be analyzed in real or near real-time to gain maximum benefit.”

Original Article by Mario Barra / 08 Apr 2020 Published at

Bitcoin’s 8.7% Decline Pales in Comparison to Record Run

Wednesday, December 13th, 2017

Central banks are manipulating gold prices

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

8:31 PM ET Wed, 13 Aug 2014
Chris Powell, Secretary of Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee, says the rigging of gold markets by the U.S. and international central banks has worsened over the years.

GATA: Central banks are manipulating gold prices from CNBC.

notTV Releases Music Video Channel on the Internet

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Artwork courtesy Olga Poreda









Go to to watch notTV.

Blogger says Bitcoin needs to be worth $1,000,000 to be a legitimate currency

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Mark Decabre talks about Satoshis and the value of Bitcoin at

“A single bitcoin was worth about $3,900 in recent trade on Monday, off lows of the past few days, according to data site, amid regulatory headwinds in China and critical comments from Wall Street pros like J.P. Morgan Chase & Co.’s CEO Jamie Dimon.

“Still, a bitcoin would need to be worth a stunning $1,000,000 to be a bona fide monetary unit, says Iqbal Gandham, U.K managing director at eToro, a trading platform.

Image courtesy MarketWatch and Getty Images

Internet Troll Map

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017

The Web’s Most Toxic Trolls Live in … Vermont?

Facebook paid to have first-rights to series

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Two companies said they were paid between $10,000 to $25,000 per episode for their shows. They’ll also receive 55 percent of the ad revenue while Facebook takes the rest.

In a move that could be seen as a direct competitive move to YouTube, paid series have to debut episodes on Facebook, according to the publishers. However, they are allowed to move episodes off-platform to their own owned-and-operated players or YouTube after a certain period of time. Though Facebook was encouraging publishers to use their player off-site, the goal is to get as many people watching Facebook shows on Facebook itself, multiple sources said.

Facebook has just made a case to increase the cost of advertising on the Internet. In a brazen move the corporate behemoth started paying content creators for a limited time license to their content. In a statement

If Facebook succeeds in getting more people to watch its original series on its platform, it could help the company solve a major issue they are facing: Having too many ads. The company has acknowledged its NewsFeed is growing overstuffed with ads. If people watch shows, they’ll be spending more time on Facebook. That would allow the company to charge more for ads because users are more engaged, without having to increase the number of ads on the platform.

The Internet moves quickly.

It’s time to position.

Getting Started with Ethereum

Friday, August 11th, 2017


How to Use Ethereum


Getting Started as an Ethereum Web Developer


Richard Branson, Bill Gates and Google invest in Blockchain

Wednesday, August 9th, 2017

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Excerpt from

What we like is that the Blockchain team, run by co-founders Peter Smith and Nic Cary, have built a platform that will allow them to be the custodian of any digital assets should alternate use cases of blockchain technology reach critical mass.

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Excerpt from CNBC:

The investment comes at a time of rising interest in cryptocurrencies, especially bitcoin, which recently hit a record high and has seen a massive rally since the start of the year.

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Instagram Robo Likes

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

I Spent Two Years Botting on Instagram — Here’s What I Learned

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