Before the good stuff… the fun stuff. Here’s a fan mail I received in response to this. I guess he/she never made it as far as this part: “Don’t get me wrong. I’m not against EVs, and I’m all for technological innovation.” Though, in all fairness, it may be the
You’d be forgiven for being disappointed with the general public’s lack of interest in holding governments accountable for their illegal spying and surveillance of ordinary citizens. We examine the likely trigger for the inevitable boom in cyber security, when the public will suddenly care A LOT about who has access to their private data… and seek solutions.
Get ready for an entirely new structure whereby every value component of a business is tied to an outcome via smart contracts, and, instead of “from each according to his ability, to each according to his need” as that lunatic Marx wanted, we will have “from each according to his contribution”
In my recent post entitled When The Theatre Clears I discussed crypto-currencies. Specifically I said: “While the vast majority of citizens in most any country in the world today do not see a crypto-currency as a reliable or viable substitute for the scraps of paper they shuffle around daily, this