Since I’ve created four GitHub organizations for these public-domain educational resources, I needed to make it clear for others to understand and join in on...
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InfoHub Contributors: Using Minimal Mistakes
Since I’ve created four GitHub organizations for these public-domain educational resources, I needed to make it clear for others to understand and join in on the fun. You are presented with an review of how I’m using Minimal Mistakes to Publish Content for Free via GitHub Pages.
This contributors introduction is to encourage participation, with minimal barriar to entry.
For ease of navigation, enhanced growth potential, and in support of their original collaborative intent, I have split my github repositories into 4 organiza...
There are so many opportunities in tech. I’ve only spent the last year really dedicated to learning blockchain deeply, with the intent to cultivate a well-ro...
I started this journey trying to figure out how to earn online. While that’s still a big part of it, I’m realizing that I just need to keep learning digital ...
I got into the idea of learning to trade cryptocurrency over the winter. Instead, I learned to create websites via github pages, but this resource is my fast...
Recently, the rise of Bitcoin brought new life to the quest for a decentralized - vendor agnostic - identity layer for the internet, that began during the ea...
Saving valuable information, in an increasingly organized discord server with 170+ channels with links organized by topic.
Examples of my writing related to Digital Transformation, Blockchain, Decentralized Identity, and Crypto Fundamentals.
Bitcoin History - Smart Contracts
From Szabo and E Lang - to Ethereum, the DAO, Smart Signatures, and the Cambrian Explosion.
Using PGP, Escrow, and Cryptocurrency Keysignatures
Asymmetric Encryption: Phil Zimmerman, PGP, Bitcoin and Ethereum key-signatures, Escrow, SSL, Various Apps and Resourses.
Rare Pepe - Bitcoin History
Starting in October 2014, users on the /r9k/ (robot9000) board on 4chan began referring to original illustrations and photoshops of Pepe the Frog as ‘Rare Pepes’; sharing the ‘rare’ images of Pepe as if they were trading cards, some of which were posted with watermarks to retain their value.
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