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Original Star Trek ended in 1969. 18 years later, Next Gen aired in 1987.
Firefly ended in 2003. If they hussle, we can have Firefly TNG by 2021. Like Wash and Zoe's kid is captain and then Crazy Aunt Kaylee has to move back in. Sitcom antics ensue.

I didn't realize the Fox thing was done. That explains this.
Spider-Man Far From Home trailer – So much to chew on

First attempt at removing cars off the roads with neural nets. Will have to dream harder.

Just got a demand letter from a former client that committed financial crimes before walking on a bill owed to one of my companies.

I'm considering sending this as my response letter...

GoT is such a joke.
You're telling me they had TWO YEARS to put together a decent show and they couldn't even spot the goddamn Starbucks cup in Winterfell??!?!

Just because you feel justified in your actions doesn't make extortion not extortion, and blackmail not blackmail.

This modern age sweetness to have some people committing crimes they believe are justifiable to a mob of Twitter followers.

Doing a quick video shoot for a volleyball tournament @ajirs2001 is putting on. Absolutely beautiful day.

Warren Buffett says bitcoin is a 'gambling device' with 'a lot of frauds connected with it'

I know people who think Craig is Satoshi. Isn't that wild?
Craig Wright ordered by court to produce lists of owned bitcoin addresses along with details about his alleged blind trust:

I'm taking a lot of time to reflect on the types of organizations and individuals I want to work with in the future.

Finding projects that excite you are rare, but my first criteria moving forward may be character assessments of my coworkers.

If you're good at what you do, or are in any way successful, you have an asymmetric attack surface. Some types of litigation can be potentially career ending, even if you settle.

Litigious people can use this fact to legally extort you.

I'm absolutely 100% over having to meet with lawyers every week.

Guys take advice from me on this, if you never listen to anything else I say: avoid doing business with litigious people at all costs.

Honestly, this seems to make a great case for icos. You can access foreign funds in a way that doesn't entitle investors to "economic espionage."
Good morning -- I've spent the last few weeks diving into the world of shady foreign money in Silicon Valley.

"You thought you’re in business. You’re actually in politics.”

Startups and VCs can no longer plead ignorance. Here is what we've learned:


Israel comes to a standstill with a two-minute siren wailing across the country in remembrance of the six million Jewish victims of the Holocaust.

All I wanted to do is install a new color changing bulb in my home office, but I need to buy a new hub.

Of course it'll be a week before it arrives in the mail.

So in the intervening period of time, I have to go turn the bulbs off and on with a switch like a goddamn caveman.

So, my smart bulbs will supposedly continue to work without burning out for another millennia or so, but the firmware is no longer compatible with modern software.

I feel like we may be in a technological cul-de-sac here somewhere.

FTC and Facebook are negotiating a settlement where Facebook must appoint a federally approved privacy official and create a privacy oversight committee

Facebook sucks, granted, but doesn't this seem like a dangerous precedent of regulatory capture?

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#BlockRiot is the home of the blockchain in the fediverse. #cryptotwitter is exiting stage left. is great for the Maximalists. The rest of us can land here!