Non-Fungible Tokens

This is the first post, in what I imagine will be a series that I’m calling: What the F is that?. It’s loosely based upon things that I read online, that I have basically no idea what is being referred to. You should expect just a few paragraphs, maybe a couple links. Real surface level coverage here. What the F is that: non-fungible tokens First, what does it mean for something to be fungible?

Decentralized Brain

Recently, I’ve dipped my toes in the ocean of the Web3 world see what I did there Ocean Protocol??. During this time, this inspired me to think about my current knowledge tools, and the sort of tools that would be lovely to work with in a Web3 ecosystem. I’m sure that many of these ideas already exist, but here’s how I’ve imagined stringing them together. Information Hashing Information/content should be cryptographically hashed.


I don’t have too much to say at the momement, except for the fact that this site is now using IPFS, and lives on Fleek. More to come on IPFS as I learn more about it and implement various aspects of Web3 tech on this blog.

Building a Second Brain

In early winter of this year, just a little before we were it the throes of the COVID-19 pandemic, I was in my daily perusing of Hacker News. I came across a post on Superorganizers about personal information storage and retrieval. Little did I know, I was about to head down a months-long endeavor of crafting a system of tools for reading, note-taking, and linking ideas together. Whether I did this because of quarantine, or whether it would have happened regardless is hard to say, but it been a great way to pass the time.

Who Am I?

This question plagues me every day. What is my identity? Are identity and consciousness the same thing? If my all my cells have regenerated every seven years, am I the same person that I was in my twenties? How does my consciousness preserve my sense of identity? Those are fun questions but not very useful for you, so here’s some facts about me: I’m a credentialed violist This means that a lot of money changed hands for me to understand music from dead people.