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Bitcoin Gold (BTG) hard forked the Bitcoin blockchain at block #491407 to create an alternate chain, where miners can use GPUs instead of single-purpose ASICs for mining. BTG also introduced some improvements like bigger blocksize and shorter time between blocks for higher transaction bandwidth. While the whole motivation behind BTG seems to be profit, especially […]
Many companies these days seem to rebrand their cheapest products as vegan, and marking the price up. Because cheap often means no animal products, but highly processed plants.
I loathe our current governments. There, I said it! They seem slow, tepid even. Unable to act. Unable to cast vision or execute on their plans. Forever gridlocked in pointless debates that only seem to revolve around topics that Facebook just brought up. And I feel: they’re antiquated. We needed representatives when it took a four […]
There has been a lot of press about Spotify lately. More specifically about what Spotify pays to artists (or doesn’t). Taylor Swift pulled her album from the music service and some others preceded her or followed suit. I often hear from musician friends of mine, that they receive mere cents for a couple of thousand […]
I’ve been mixing music, film and shows for 14 odd years now, and learned a lot during this time. Recently I’ve been thinking about the basics of mixing. The “how” to mix, and I want to share what I found with you here on my blog. The most important aspect of mixing is setting levels. […]
Remember a time, in a galaxy, not far away, when artists were given record contracts, that made them rich and famous, simultaneously with record companies, who had their longevity and best interest at heart? Well, those times are gone! We live in a very different world now, that requires new modes of thinking about music, […]
A few years ago, the internet was a lot simpler. Information was to be found on websites, for the most part. Shure, some obscure ftp and telnet sites, some chat channels, and a lot of newsgroups. Google just had to crawl usenet plus the http space, index all the information it found, and make sure […]
I adore Jeff Jonas work for IBM, and his take on Big Data. So from time to time I check his blog. I stumbled upon his update on the G2 sensemaking engine a while ago. As I reread it today a thought struck me: One of the limits to AI stems not from the algorithms […]
Have you ever been in a situation, where you had to make sure you remembered something? Like “take my passport with me when I leave my home”? Usually saying “Don’t forget your passport!” will not work or worse set you up for forgetting. What to do? Luckily I have a nice little procedure for you that […]