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As with any new technology entering the public space and gaining traction, there's a certain degree of word coinage and change in meaning which is above average. This indicates an interest in the field.

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When you wake up in the morning, ready to go about your day, you do so in the real world. You have a coffee, commute to work, and talk to people in the office—or you might be self-employed, work remotely, or just be very well-off; this is just an example, so let’s not the dwell on it.

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If the name of Andy Weir does not sound outright familiar, then the movie The Martian will. Andy Weir is the novelist who wrote the book in 2011 that was made into the eponymous movie in 2015.

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Thousands of years ago people lived in communities, and the communities had vast unclaimed lands between the settlements. The communities were small, and people were able to observe each other daily and communicate with each other. Trust of various levels and straight distrust was created through community member interactions, and this formed the reputation of each of the members.

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Timothy May was a formidable figure on the cryptography and privacy scene and a voluminous writer on all things cypherpunk. His peak work was in the 90s, but it hasn’t aged much, and the recent waves of blockchain popularity and interest make it all the fresher.

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Chuck Klosterman, a popular essayist, wrote a very entertaining piece on zombies for The New York Times back in 2010.

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The term fanboy wars, coming predominantly from the video game industry, does have a derogatory shade to it, but it is the most accurate one, so I suggest we stick with it.

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and on tapeworms

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