Posts tagged Technology
Blatant Political Corruption, Right Under our Noses

I've written before about how disgusting I find it that at a time where the government is stripping away penalty rates for the poorest 17% of our working class, they simultaneously decided to give a $1.2m bonus to a public servant who was already on a salary of $2.4m per year, despite being in charge of the most calamitous execution of a rollout program the world has ever seen.

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Cryptocurrency - What it is, and why you should care

About a month ago I wrote a post called 'Bitcoin going Banana's'. At the time, I pointed out I had made $10AUD turn into $150AUD with Ethereum - an alternative, but superior cryptocurrency (or 'Altcoin'). Earlier today I posted on facebook that the same $10AUD Ethereum is now $280AUD and not 12 hours later that same $10AUD is now worth $315AUD.

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Accidental Revolution

Warning: this post is highly opinionated and likely controversial. So sue me. This is also not a political post - mostly.

Whilst the supposed leaders of our western world squabble over trivialities such as p**** grabbing, collusion with Russian diplomats and 'golden shower' debates, an encouraging sign of elevated humanity is quietly working in the background towards progress and survival.

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The Brutal Facade of Tomorrow

In 30 years from now, every 'traditional' employable industry will be dead.
Think that's extreme? Read on.

On 21st Feb, 2012, Airtasker was launched. A simple idea, conceived and created by co-founders Tim Fung (CEO) and Jonathan Lui (COO). Airtasker is a simple concept: a shared local community of people are seeking outsourcing of everyday tasks, and that same shared local community of people are able to opt undertake those tasks. Today, Airtasker is the latest soon-to-be-business-behemoth in a series of apps (Uber, AirBnB, Zipcar, Amazon drones, etc...) with an astonishingly simple premise, executed brilliantly, designed to simplify life in the 21st century.

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