phneep /fneep/, n., v., 1. the sound you hear in place of profanity
2. phreelance graphic designer phocused on decentralization
3. phneep is home to a personal blend of media mash-up
satire and social commentary. Much of my attention
rests on bitcoin, but my other interests also crop
up, such as technology, politics, religion,
art and of course: hockey. I usually
publish one new piece a week,
so please check back in
For the bigger picture check out this 2015 interview
I did with Jamie Redman. My mind has changed a bit
on things like land registry and prediction markets, etc,
but overall it’s still a pretty good run down
I had a twitter for a while, but then I dunno.
And if you haven’t seen
the 2010 Oscar-winning animated short “Logorama”,
well, it’s an onslaught for the senses, as they say.
Paper Wallet More Than Just Series of Letters, Numbers
Facing an indefinite and potentially long period of time locked inside the darkness of a safety deposit box Wednesday, a young and emotionally raw bitcoin paper wallet stated that it wasn’t fair, that you’d see, that you’d all see, and that it was more than just a schmozzle of 34 letters and numbers. The wallet seemed adamant that it really had moxy, that it could really be something someday, that all it needed was a chance, see?
Despite being informed that there were eight billion kajillion trillion other wallets just like it, either already in existence or just waiting to be randomly created, the wallet remained undaunted.
“That don’t mean nuthin’!” the wallet exclaimed, pounding its QR Code. “I know it! I can feel it! Right here! You don’t know how I feel! You don’t know where I’ve been! You got no right!”
Shortly after the impassioned plea, 1GsQT5o9uvT6Rb9xeO9YR7hi1Go was passed slowly through a 130° laminating device and locked safely away, never to be heard from again until after the imminent global economic apocalypse, or maybe for drugs.