Using a distraction-free experiment to deal with iPhone overload

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On the standard morning commute I’m sure many can relate to, the train pulls up and I settle into the regular ride to work. As soon as the train gets moving, I  instinctively reach for the iPhone nestled in my front pocket. I unlock the screen and start the content consumption journey, a trip which can last anywhere from 5 to 45minutes. Continue reading

An Introduction to Digital Currency

In 2008, a computer developer known by the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto published a paper on the Internet detailing what he called an electronic cash system that could work independent of central authorities on a peer-to-peer basis. After his paper was released, other developers began work on creating Bitcoin clients and promoting the exchange of the new digital currency to consumers worldwide.

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