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Watteau commented on Sudongpo's post: @Such K: 大不列颠
Watteau commented on Katian's post: Very sad.
Watteau commented on Sudongpo's post: Zerotalk和Zerome很活躍。其他地方基本上已被拋棄。英國是個陌生的地方。最好是健康。
Watteau commented on Nicehat's post: @Nicehat: >"Name coin is new to me is that specific to ZN or..." Namecoin is specific to the .bit domain which ZeroNetwork.bit is a site upon. A namecoin can be used to register a site on the .bit domain. Namecoin, .bit domain and Zeronetwork do interlink in the technologies that they use .
Watteau commented on Nicehat's post: I transferred some ZAR to purchase a namecoin. I transferred enough to buy over two namecoins but the charges were so steep that my ZAR balance with the coin trader this morning isn't even enough to buy one.
Watteau commented on Watteau's post: @Kaffie: It was a non-sequitur Kaffie.
Watteau commented on Watteau's post: @Androiduser: This is a screenshot of an application running on my computer. The application is called namecoin-qt.exe and it is supposedly used to buy, sell and create namecoins.
Watteau commented on Watteau's post: @caryoscelus: I'd be happy to see the artist's prices rise, I do not want to sell at a loss. I thought at least five to ten years ownership depending on how long I live.
Watteau commented on Watteau's post: (what you want to do is buy it, hold onto it for a few years and then take it to auction, see if you can get it up to USD 10.000)
Watteau commented on Watteau's post: approx USD 4,300 upwards depending on size of canvas
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Watteau commented on Newtons's post: It would seem the thing to do.
Watteau commented on Newtons's post: Similar , though to my relief I have not posted on 8chan.

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Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 14, 2019

Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall
star in

Mrs Lowry & Son

THE UNTOLD STORY OF AN ENIGMATIC GENIUS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TTOiVivEmwo

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 13, 2019

'Heneage Lloyd and His Sister, Lucy'
by Thomas Gainsborough (1727–1788)

c/o The Fitzwilliam Museum
https://webapps.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/explorer/index.php?qu=gainsborough%20OR%20Maker:Gainsborough%20AND%20Maker:Thomas&oid=3246

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 12, 2019

The Liancourt Rocks

Japan calls the island group Takeshima ("bamboo island"); in Korea, it's Dokdo ("solitary island").

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 12, 2019

Matthew speaks to Jeff

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 12, 2019
Styromaniac · styromaniac@zeroid.biton Aug 12, 2019Reply

It's pretty.

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 10, 2019

Nodes are appearing! Oh my god.

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 10, 2019Reply

@Androiduser: This is a screenshot of an application running on my computer. The application is called namecoin-qt.exe and it is supposedly used to buy, sell and create namecoins.

Androiduser · androiduser@zeroid.biton Aug 10, 2019Reply

what is this?

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019

Margot Bergman, Portia, 2017-2018 Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 inches (121.9 x 91.4 cm)

Margot paints as if crippled by a vertiginous distortion of perspective. We can only surmise. Perhaps Portia has an especially big head?

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 08, 2019

This is an oil painting by Peter Rasmussen. He is an English artist.
The manner of painting displayed has been popular in new European art since approximately 1950 a.d. and gained a new following in the early 21st century from artists with little talent trying to remain relevant to trends in painting.

The brushstrokes must be loose and denote the artist paying little attention to detail so that an ironic sneer at the redundancy of painting in the modern world can be deduced just in case the artist is questioned as to being of little skill.

Personally I find it very enjoyable, but, it is frustrating to me that so few artists actually ever develop past this period in their oeuvre.

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019Reply

@caryoscelus: I'd be happy to see the artist's prices rise, I do not want to sell at a loss. I thought at least five to ten years ownership depending on how long I live.

caryoscelus · caryoscelus@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019Reply

@Watteau: one thing you don't want to do is to be caught in bubble burst, especially if you got into it for profit only

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019Reply

(what you want to do is buy it, hold onto it for a few years and then take it to auction, see if you can get it up to USD 10.000)

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019Reply

approx USD 4,300 upwards depending on size of canvas

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 08, 2019

I am underwhelmed.

Watteau · watteau@zeroid.biton Aug 12, 2019Reply

@Kaffie: It was a non-sequitur Kaffie.

Kaffie · kaffie@zeroid.biton Aug 09, 2019Reply

Underwhelmed because all the services are the same stuff?

@Tumbleweed: Site owners can still delete your post. For instance, watteau selected moonhub, so the moonhub owner (likely nofish) can delete the post/ban the user/etc. In this case you commented on a moonhub post so your comment is also prone to that moderation. You yourself have selected redhub, which is where your direct posts are held. redhub is ran by nofish for sure and is one of the older hubs.

You can get around this by making your own hub or going to one that lacks censorship. For independent sites, the only person who can delete posts is the site owner (ie your own personal blogs and such).

Port220irq5dma1 · port220irq5dma1@zeroid.biton Aug 08, 2019Reply

I was 'whelmed'.

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