• A Brief History Of Programming Languages

    This article was derived from an interview by Lex Fridman, of Brian Kernighan, professor of computer science at Princeton University and co-author of the C programming language. During a section of the interview Fridman asks Kernighan to “take on the impossible task” of giving a brief history of programming languages. Kernighan’s answer is reproduced below …

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  • Alex Hormozi on The Key To Finding A Profitable Market

    The content that follows was derived from a video by Alex Hormozi. The advice within it is not specific to any industry, but is nonetheless an interesting and useful lens to hold to a given industry or business, including those in the crypto space. For this reason, I’ve decided to turn what began as a …

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  • Errolson Hugh on Asymmetric Design

    This article was derived from a video featuring a presentation by and interview with Errolson Hugh. You can find this video, produced by Race Service as part of their RS Night School series, here. Errolson Hugh is the co-founder of Acronym, an innovative clothing brand and design agency. Acronym’s garments are highly sought after, and …

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  • Reading List: CryptoPunks

    Note: Reading Lists are created with the primary intention of collecting food for thought. I presume my ability to evaluate and subsequently curate content, ideas, and perspectives will improve over time. But, if you are utilizing any of the content linked to within this post, note that your mileage may vary, and please do think …

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  • Reading List: Crypto Newsletters

    Note: Reading Lists are created with the primary intention of collecting food for thought. I presume my ability to evaluate and subsequently curate content, ideas, and perspectives will improve over time. But, if you are utilizing any of the content linked to within this post, note that your mileage may vary, and please do think …

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  • Notes 0009

    Rough notes from the NFT Archeology twitter space with Adam McBride, on September 23rd. Adam McBride has read through 30,000+ etherscans How many older projects still out there? Maybe 100 from 2016 A good number from 2017 Maybe a couple from 2018 Some pixel projects from 2017 aren’t being released. People are “pixeled out.” DouglassNFT …

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