When I first wrote this post, I didn’t know what the final number of Tezos “tezzies” was going to be, and made a guesstimage. The total number has been published: 763,306,929.69 Of course, I was off by quite a bit – more than 200 million of them. However, it’s worth noting that while that’s going […]Read More Re-analysing the #Tezos #ICO & Future #XTZ Price
The ICO raised 65,635 BTC and 361,122 ETH, which at current prices is $226,827,513. They’re of course suffering from the recent “crash” (really just a small drop), but it’ still the biggest initial coin offering ever, by more than $75 million. (They were well over $230 million at one point.) I’ve no idea how many […]Read More Analysing the #Tezos #ICO & Potential #XTZ Future Price
This is a screenshot of my desktop as it exists at the time of this writing. As of right now, I have the following programmes open on my Macbook Pro: TextEdit SpiderOakOne (suspended) Google Chrome (dozens of suspended tabs) Google Hangouts VM for Work (Windows 10, Outlook, Jabber, Edge) MacJournal TweetDeck Google Chrome Canary (dozens […]Read More Why I Need More Than 16GB RAM @apple @timcook
This is an example of my Trello board that I use to keep track of things for our flat. Yes, that is the view from our flat, looking NNW. 🙂 If you look at my Twitter feed, it would appear that I complain a lot. I do. There’s a good reason for that – I […]Read More See, Now That’s How You Do Business — @DigixGlobal @Trello
Last year I made cybersecurity predictions, broadly rendered as: An increase in SSL visibility. Increased flight of data and sites from the US. Increased necessity for digital forensics in the mobile platform space. TOR would face more scrutiny and have to harden itself against those. Bitcoin would increase its dominance while Ethereum would become more […]Read More How Did I Do On 2015’s #Cybersecurity Predictions?
It’s 2015, and once again I’m going to take a look at what I think will be the trends in cybersecurity for 2015. I’m going to focus on all of them all at once this time, instead of an individual post devoted to each, since it took me so long to do that in 2014. […]Read More #Cybersecurity #Trends for #2015