Crypto has a decentralization problem. And it’s not that it’s too decentralized. Nor is it that the decentralization de facto is non-existent due to the mining power being centralized at a few players. It’s that crypto fundamentally is not decentralized, which creates some interesting, potentially unsolvable problems. Crypto is the “money” of choice for crime. […]
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So, here’s a fun(?) interesting(?) thing. Old people believe that music comprises lyrics and melody, written by the same or different people. In the 90s that changed with the Swedish music machine (Denniz Pop, Max Martin, etc.), which instead split it into hook and track tested by focus groups, where the hook is the ear […]
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I’ve not been a person to watch of lot of TV since around 2000. As a kid, we didn’t have cable TV or satellite, but had just the initially one and later two aerial channels that existed. When I moved out from my parents’ I had a brief stint with cable, albeit never out of […]
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So, in a few weeks we have local elections, and I just got the card that allows me to vote. Local and EU elections are the only ones I am allowed to vote in because Denmark has horribly undemocratic voting regulations. I briefly considered who to vote for but I don’t really know any of […]
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I did a presentation about linked data/semantic web. Click below to progress or click here for full screen. […]
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The latest crypto hype is NFTs. That’s not to say that NFTs are new or revolutionizing, just that it is the scam that has been going around lately and is now on the way out for the next scam, Web 3. In this post, I’ll explain what NFTs are and what they are not, how […]
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