I somewhat randomly made the decision today  to start learning about bitcoin, starting with The Bitcoin Basics course on Udemy. I was in college when bitcoin really took off, in New York when people I knew started to organizing and attending meetups and still never managed to catch the bug. Even 50-ish percent into the course, […]

When I got my first computer in 2004, I was excited by the opportunities the internet presented me. Hungrily I dove in, connecting to spaces all across the world, discussing topics beyond anything I’d ever been exposed to- some of it enlightening and some of it very terrifying to my 13 year old mind. But […]

I’ve consciously clicked on Twitter adds I’ve accidentally clicked on ads not realizing they were ads, but was glad I did I actually care about my Twitter metrics (4 followers in 1 week??) I engage with others and enjoy it

There are two things to address in this post: That we as a society are allowing entire groups to fall through the cracks while telling them stories about the few exceptions that have managed to hold on At some point, impoverished people are expected to make the magical leap from un [___] to extremely [__] […]

Currently 43 million strong, African-American consumers have unique behaviors from the total market. For example, they’re more aggressive consumers of media and they shop more frequently. Blacks watch more television (37%), make more shopping trips (eight), purchase more ethnic beauty and grooming products (nine times more), read more financial magazines (28%) and spend more than […]

I think that not everyone is a customer. Basically, you win some, you lose some. Maybe this is why I always shake my head at individual infringement complaints. Remember the Napster days, when Limewire, BitTorent reigned supreme? I think I’m one of the increasingly few I think who look back to those days fondly. But you’re a capitalist? Some […]

Two years later, I’m re-entering the blogosphere Stay tuned. Lots more to come 🙂