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Shortest distance between two points is not always a straight line

This post is probably very brief and disingenuous for any mathematician out there, it is aimed at as many people as possible and I hope it comes across in an easy to understand way. We will see I suppose 🙂

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In a MaidSafe state of mind

I have often been asked by people near me saying “how did you come up with all these parts and glue them together in your head” I then usually answer, “you need to think the maidsafe way”.  First though we

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Project SAFE – Is this the fair business model at last?

This post is a little more technical than many others. I apologise in advance, however the system described could prove very significant for us all. Some people will know I am on the maidsafe developers mailing list a lot. There I try

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Give a person the ability and they will change the world

Capitalism. Communism, Fascism, Socialism, Republican, Democrat, Conservative, Liberal, Labour and all the rest of the prescribed rule-sets for humanity fail. Over and over again they fail and all we do is ping-pong between them. Some weeks the yellow shirts win

Posted in complex systems, nature

Bitcoin blockchain is not a thing, it’s a design pattern

Imagine somebody in the decentralised Internet space for over 10 years seemingly attacking the first decentralised information system? This is not an attack on bitcoin! Bitcoin as a decentralised system of value transfer is indisputable. It has proven that to

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Why do I keep going on about ants and nature.

Quick post this time. I answered this in an email today and figured, posting it may mean I repeat it less 🙂 So here it is: PS Can you remind me of your ant analogy wrt your network?   Yes

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