Plus some favourite tweets for the weekend.
If you want to do a crypto business, the FMA strongly advises you talk to them early.
THEY’RE TELLING YOU TO BUY EVERYONE COPIES FOR CHRISTMAS. YOU REALLY SHOULD, YOU KNOW.
Anyone can posit an easier version of something if they don’t bother with the hard bits.
I’ve also sold a surprising and pleasing number of books.
Scott Adams, author of Dilbert, has started something very like an ICO. What’s he offering, and how is it claimed to work?
Interesting to see the “free money fork” model fail on literally the second attempt.
And Ian Bogost on protecting the plums in your icebox.
An excerpt from The Basilisk Murders by Andrew Hickey, a murder mystery set in a conference about the Singularity.
That face when Tim Draper doesn’t buy the line that he spent $1.5 million on “tote bags.”