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Book Review: The Glass Cage: Where Automation Is Taking Us by Nicholas Carr

Early beginnings: a car assembly line in the state of Tennessee
Picture: Alamy

Humiliated by our sat navs: automation is bearing us toward an impotent and anaesthetised future… 793 more words

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Have you ever taken a second to really look at the sunset? To actually watch as the sun falls not only past the horizon, but beyond it? 191 more words


Do you know about THAT DEPARTMENT that we hardly think about?

After death, when Hardik reached the other world, his account details there were retrieved. Based on those details, it’ll be decided that he will be sent to hell or heaven. 453 more words


Slightly evil

Here’s a great list of potentially villianous traits for an antagonist. And, despite the examples, they don’t have to be female. Will your protagonist take the advice and ditch the “toxic friend”? 19 more words


Developer Creates Solution for Bitcoin Ransomware

Over the course of 2015, many individuals and companies have been affected by ransomware. While this may have nothing to do with Bitcoin at first glance, there have been a few cases where the ransomware could only be removed by paying a certain fee in Bitcoin. 718 more words

ShadowCash: A Peer Inside an Anonymous Cryptocurrency

By Bitcoinist.net May 29, 2015 10:00 AM EDT


Bitcoin and the backbone technology it has, the blockchain, is a beautiful thing. Bitcoin allows instant transactions, from any point in the world. 506 more words

Here goes...

As I reminisce over my travels last year, and plan for those to come in the near future I regret not starting a blog sooner as a way to both share my experiences and as a way to look back on moments that I will never forget. 39 more words