I’ve been working on starting a software collective, and spend a nontrivial amount of time doing non-technical things (namely discussions with clients and reading contracts). Here are some of the key points I’ve found so far, and what feels intuitive.
I bought a one-way ticket to Auckland, New Zealand. With this one-way ticket, is also a two week mandatory quarantine period. This post will document my journey.
Phone and data plan Vodafone NZ top-up Get currency and a way to withdraw Schwab
I really enjoy reading sci-fi, and want to start to compile a list, and eventually an encyclopedia/knowledge engine of ideas and technologies present in each.
This is also what I class as sci-fi, others, including original artist themselves may beg to differ.
Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System One-Liner Bitcoin is an anonymous digital coin that changes hands based on unique cryptographic keys, validated through a decentralized distributed (P2P) ledger that A) is publicly-run by transaction chronology verification from decentralized volunteer compute nodes that solve a “proof-of-work” (proof of this node’s goodwill) in exchange for the coin itself and B) incentivizes actors with malicious intent to support the system because it is more profitable for them to perform A rather than attack it (antifragile).
I’m going to add another level of granularity to the notes of my website: Zettelkasten.
I think there’s a strong case this will improve my learning and production.
Blog posts are polished, well-researched, peer-reviewed pieces that take 15-20 hours to write.
Put your money where your mouth is and build out this prototype.
This will be a YouTube video annotator. You watch a longer YouTube clip, you want to index it, get the meat out of it, so you can re-watch it yourself, or share a set of clips seamlessly to a friend.