Community organizing my thoughts on what makes us uniquely American
Note: I incorrectly dated “1969” a few times meaning 1961. If you see 1969 it means 1961. Also I don’t have to explain further on my title or specifically say so but I will say I know more than I humbly release to you today. And without anger or desire to get back at people who I have moved past already.
History has proven that sometimes it has to catch up to us humans, if not precede us at the same time. The phrase “history repeats itself” is no lie…
The lightning MACINTOSH network and why future 1984 won’t be like 1984 🌐
I would like to open this published story with a quote from the man who envisioned how it would play out:
“It’s 1958,” he began. “IBM passes up the chance to buy a young, fledgling company that has just invented a new technology called xerography⁴³. Two years later, Xerox is born, and IBM has been kicking itself ever since.”¹
Deep dive into why this “dot-com bubble” company stock (theGlobe.com) is a stronger buy in 2019 than it was 21 years ago when it made IPO history.
Wikipedia begins its entry for theGlobe.com with information that is commonly known among those familiar with the dot-com bubble marriages of Silicon Valley, tech entrepreneurs, and Wall Street banks:
theGlobe.com made headlines by going public on November 13, 1998 and posting the largest first day gain of any IPO in history up to that date (Wikipedia)
The reference for the information above appears on Wikipedia as reference/footnote . It links externally from Wikipedia…
SMS, MMS, SMTP, PGP, HTTP, HTTPS, WWW etc…
The beautiful thing about the web is that I was able to get to this point before an event of this magnitude was going to take place, publicly, at least. Then again, since you are reading this entry, I assume you already know that these things have taken place, for the most part, publicly. That being said, I will first thank those of you that did this and worked on the Open Source Initiative in order to make this all happen. You have done a wonderful thing for people by being transparent…
Thoughts from someone slightly ahead of his time
I always cared what people would think of me growing up. I guess it’s why I notice things as I’ve become braver, as I age. It’s not so much that I ever backed off my beliefs because of how people would perceive me in my youth. It’s not even that I had many outlandish things to prove to anyone. I just always felt that if I had information to help people, I should share it. I didn’t share much as I figured out the early parts of my life. After the sixth…
I have more to say but I’m taking my time putting it together, until then…
Probably your best bet for my current realizations, they always evolve as the information comes to light.
Don’t be afraid to put it all out there, takes balls. I have faith that the outcome of this elaborate scheme is a good one for people. So if you’re afraid, don’t be. Use your voice. You matter just as much as those people who orchestrate such things.
IBM created both Bitcoin and Ethereum with Nick Szabo (& I’m pumped)
(Note: My 42nd and probably my last story here. Not much else say when I’m done but this is only about halfway through. Just hoping someone sees it and takes a chance on a good investment.)
Note: Here is an actual test of the reorganization I have described from 2014 and it was done by ABE on the testnets.
I don’t even believe that dates even matter much to me anymore. When came where and why or how. The reason has a lot to do with…
Embedded value in bits — Timechains, Blockchains, and Tokenization
I updated this article, mostly at the bottom. I appreciate those who read these words in a raw form — I don’t predictably know when these contracts will execute so I try to rush my data out to the public as quick as possible if they choose to believe.
The main place to start is back in 2008 to 2009. Hal Finney and Satoshi Nakamoto mined/debugged Bitcoin together. The first version of Bitcoin is Bitcoin v0.01 ALPHA. The names are truly important. First, I would like to mention that this is…
Following the man who dared to be different — but with Bitcoin
Being different from people is something I do well. It is what I live and die with. Not always is it good to be different and take risks — no. Sometimes risks aren’t calculated enough to have been worth taking, but that is in retrospect. As an investor, I have put hours and days in a tireless quest for answers. That’s the beauty of Github — if you really want confirmation before you put your money into any crypto-investment, you can get it in open source code. A…
I look into things that are meaningful.