Long Live the Great CLAM

Long Live the Great CLAM

It has been a while since I shared a story from my cryptocurrency experiences. As Sarah and I have settled into a routine we’ve been less motivated to write, but for the whole past year our interest in cryptocurrency has continued on a daily basis. Week after week, without exception, for 8 months…..we invested $200 per week into […]

Culver Citizen Article

Culver Citizen Article

Reporter Jeff Kenney has published some articles in the Culver Citizen about the renovation of 814 E. Shore Drive. One of those articles is devoted to Sarah’s book about the project. Read all about it here. As for the house, it’s finally done and ready for rentals: https://www.facebook.com/TheVonnegutHouse

Why Your Dating Profile is Excruciatingly Boring... and How You Can Fix It

Why Your Dating Profile is Excruciatingly Boring… and How You Can Fix It

Warning for Pursuing Nothing regulars: I’ve been living in the suburbs for three quarters of a year… this type of shit is bound to happen. Warning for the rest of you: this is advice from a writer who normally refuses to take part in civilized society. It’s not for people who want to be normal. […]

Bitcoin & Peer to Peer Governance

Bitcoin & Peer to Peer Governance

The United States government is broken beyond repair, corrupt beyond reform. There’s no debating that. The question is, what can we do about it? We can move on. There’s no need to waste time repairing or tearing down our broken system. Instead, we must starve it to death by creating and transitioning to a brand […]

A Wireless Mesh of Blockchain Servers

A Wireless Mesh of Blockchain Servers

  The Bitcoin protocol is a monumental leap towards a peer-governed future, but what happens when the Internet goes down? This is a common question, and a very valid one. Any large-scale Internet outage or blockage would surely be very bad for any software that relies on blockchain verifications. Right now cryptocurrencies are the only […]