Monthly Archives: July 2015
Thoughtful author, great concept. I’m going to be reading this blog religiously for the next 150 days. So should you.
Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Most people don’t understand how technology works. When they flip a light switch, or tap their phone, what happens next is essentially magic to them. Oh, they may be able to handwave a bit about electrons and volts and microprocessors and radio waves and packet-switched networks, but they’re just mouthing the…
Originally posted on Richard Gendal Brown:
I gave a brief talk on Bitcoin and blockchain technology to an audience of non-specialists at a dinner last week. It covers many of the themes I’ve explored on this blog before. But the short, fifteen-minute, format forced me to be brief and clear. This is an edited version…
Marmota monax, to the max.