Surfacing connected users' idleness greatly enhances the chat user experience but further compounds the problem of keeping presence information up-to-date.

Each Facebook Chat user now needs to be notified whenever one of his/her friends (a) takes an action such as sending a chat message or loads a Facebook page (if tracking idleness via a last-active timestamp) or (b) transitions between idleness states (if representing idleness as a state machine with states like "idle-for-1-minute", "idle-for-2-minutes", "idle-for-5-minutes", "idle-for-10-minutes", etc.).

After that, we should break the long term downtrend and achieve prices that reflect the actual values of the metals, not the manipulated values.

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For added protection, you can set your messages to "dust" immediately after the recipient reads them. NO-PROOF SCREENSHOTSA screenshot cannot prove who sent a message because names are not displayed in private chat rooms.

Dust also detects and notifies you if a screenshot is taken.

CMF is on a positive slope with GOLD moving lower for the day despite negative economic news having potentially topped on its recent recovery.

Will see, but the risk to reward seems to be worth it at the moment.

The project I'm currently working on, Facebook Chat, offered a nice set of software engineering challenges: The most resource-intensive operation performed in a chat system is not sending messages.

It is rather keeping each online user aware of the online-idle-offline states of their friends, so that conversations can begin.

$US10Y and $USDJPY are closer correlated than $DXY and $USDPY because Japan is the largest holder of US Treasuries. Former uptrend support moving average for NUGT should function as current downtrend resistance. But like I said in a earlier post, I think we may stretch this cycle out until Feb 1st.

Keeping all this in mind tomorrow Yellen will likely ... I believe that in the cycles and that Jnug will end lower than we are at this point today. I was hoping for a bigger drop but I am not quite sure how much of a drop we can get. The next leg of the downtrend should extend significantly below the 2016 low. If we do have a rate hike then I am expecting a similar movement down for that day and then a sharp rise the next few days. I think that we are nearing the end of a consolidation period and mining/gold stocks will take one last beat down to retest their 2016 lows.

Hope you get the message on what is coming next from my perspective.