William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-17-17

Japanese restaurateur Kiyoshi Kimura paid $1.76 million for a bluefin tuna in 2013. It weighed 489 pounds. That’s $230 per ounce which does not make it the most expensive food. The title belongs to 2.9 pounds of white truffles sold in 2010 for $330,000 or $7,112 per ounce.

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-17-17

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-13-17

Today, Maundy Thursday, commemorates the washing of the disciples’ feet by Jesus before the Last Supper. Maundy comes from the Latin mandatum, meaning “commandment,” and refers to the commands Jesus gave his disciples at the Last Supper: to love with humility by serving one another and to remember his sacrifice.

Mandatum William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-13-17

Today, Maundy Thursday, commemorates the washing of the disciples' feet by Jesus before the Last Supper. Maundy comes from the Latin mandatum, meaning "commandment," and refers to the commands Jesus gave his disciples at the Last Supper: to love with humility by serving one another and to remember his sacrifice.

 

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-12-17

A curious person in 2012 took over 420,000 routers, uninterrupted power supplies, printers and other internet-enabled devices whose passwords nobody bothers to change from the default to see who used the internet. His probes created a visual mosaic of the World Wide Web. He then quietly deleted his code. His deed is called the Carna Botnet.

He found that of the then 4.3 billion possible IPv4 addresses about 2.3 billion were not used.

As 32-bit IPv4  has been replaced by 128-bit IPv6 — which provides for a lot, lot, lot more addresses, 3.4×1038, to be exact — 2012 is probably the last time such a census was possible.

4.3 billion is 4.3 x 109.

William Lawrence Sr Omnibit 4-12-17 Carna Botnet

Carna Botnet was last time internet census was possible