No earth-shattering or mind-blowing posts from me today - I've got to catch up on some sleep. But, before I do that, I just wanted to note a couple of things.
First, if you haven't had a chance to click through the posts on this site, please do, not just for what I've written, but for the comments that have been left behind by others. I am absolutely blown away by the thought and incite that goes into your comments. Quite often, I am tempted to re-post them as articles on their own, and in one case, I did just that. There will likely be more in the days ahead. Please keep them coming and I always encourage open discussion of the articles in their respective comment sections.
Second, thank you for your tips over the last few days. Here's a screenshot that I just took of my client:
That roughly works out to $0.25, $3.75, $0.03, $0.28, $2.53, and $0.13. As the Tip Jar says, tips are always appreciated. What I want to emphasize, however, is that this sort of tipping would not be possible without Bitcoin. These tips are coming from all of the world, and cost the senders at most a penny to send, and cost me nothing to receive. No currencies had to be converted, and no one had to sign up for any accounts.
If that's not enough for you to believe in the viability of Bitcoin, especially knowing that this is the very tip of the iceberg as far as applications go, then you might as well spend your time reading another blog; my optimism is only going to get more irritating to you.
Thanks to Wired.co.uk for the nod last night. I want, more than anything, for the Bitcoin gospel to be spread far and wide, and the more readers I can reach, the better. I'll have you know that I've been contacted by a couple of developers who will be launching sites within the month that will reach tens of, if not hundreds of thousands of potential new Bitcoiners. We've all been itching for publicity, and it's coming, soon, and big-time.
Until tomorrow, have a good night.