I Managed to Read the Bitcoin Whitepaper

23 Sep 2014

At some point in the last few months, I was following just three accounts on Twitter: @Bitcoin, @coindesk, and @BTCFoundation. I wanted to learn more about Bitcoin, and following these accounts seemed like a good place to start, given that I waste so much time on Twitter.

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Jekyll: the Confusing Parts for Non-Programmers

09 Aug 2014

I love Jekyll. I’ve been using it since version 0.11, before there were million other static site generators. I love it so much that I bought a sticker on Stickermule. Of course, this blog is powered by Jekyll.

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Teaching Someone to Code is Partly a Hardware Problem

13 Aug 2013

(Note: this article was originally posted to Medium.)

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