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Daniel Goldman

I’m a polymath and a rōnin scholar. That is to say that I enjoy studying many different topics. Find more at http://danielgoldman.us

Joined June 2019 440 Followers

Daniel Goldman

Tech Thoughts: Beyond the Foveon X3

11 Jul 2019 2 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

  Mark Wieczorek wrote a nice little Ode to the Sigma Foveon Sensor. I came across the sensor years ago, when my father decided to buy a camera with it. Honestly, I think he wasted his money, not because it wasn’t an interesting option, but rather be...

Remembering The RCA 180x: An amazing little 8-bit processor

9 Jul 2019 3 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

  Reading Cabe Atwell’s article on the Z80 CP/M emulator running on Adafruit’s new Grand Central board made me feel nostalgic for my early days with computers. However, Atwell already covered a decent amount about CP/M. I could go into its derivative...

Cutinomics: Cutie Price

8 Jul 2019 3 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

An introduction the economic theory on how the price of cuties evolves. While it might seem a little silly to have a serious conversation about the economics of cutie prices, any hardcore collector really should know the basics of economics. In fac...

Can Scammy DAPP Games Become Something Really Fun?

7 Jul 2019 1 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

A little while ago I ran across a game called tronbuild.fun, which is essentially an exact copy of other existing gambling DAPPs that have been around for a while now. Most of their code was publicly available, so I decided that I'd like to use it as...

My Crypto Portfolio

6 Jul 2019 3 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

What's my cryptoasset portfolio like? I've included an image of it as the cover art for this article. Seems a little paltry, doesn't it? There's a good reason for this sparseness. Actually, there are two reasons for it. Seriously New York?! The fir...

Follow Friday: Gaming

5 Jul 2019 3 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

Another week’s gone by. For some reason the weeks are feeling shorter and shorter. Maybe it’s because I have to make sure to get a Follow Friday article out by the end of the week. But researching articles for this piece is always interesting. I find...

An Introduction to Technoecology: An analogy between biological systems and human activities

3 Jul 2019 2 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

Humans, and our early ancestors, have had a long history of altering our environment to suit our needs. If we want to truly understand our interaction with and in the biosphere, we have to do so by looking at analogs and extensions of ideas from biol...

If Streaming Services Are to Survive, They'll Need a Unified Interface

2 Jul 2019 3 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

I haven’t written about UX all that much in the past, but over the last few weeks, I’ve come across enough hassles in my own daily activities that it seems like a reasonable topic to address in more detail. With the rise of high speed internet, numer...

Moving Beyond Government with Cryptoassets and Blockchain

2 Jul 2019 5 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

For the last 10,000 years or so, government has served a purpose. But it’s no longer needed. Now is the era of blockchain governance.   I’ve been pushing for blockchain and cryptoasset based alternatives to much of what government does, for quite s...

The Power of Blockchain Based Games Lies in Third Party Support

29 Jun 2019 4 minute read comments Daniel Goldman

I’m not a huge gamer so I’ve only recently started getting into blockchain based gaming. However, because of the potential investment opportunities, and the power of having a lot of the assets on chain, my interest has been piqued. The games themselv...