Community is Here to Stay

If someone told me ten years ago that I would be working at a startup that is creating community building tools for the blockchain/crypto space I would have thought you were crazy. To be fair, Bitcoin would have only been nine months old at that point. But, me ten years ago would also say, “WTF are community building tools?”. Fast forward to 2019 and “Community” and “Blockchain” are arguably two of the biggest buzzwords currently in tech.

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Who Lost the Democratic Debates?

I have a love/hate relationship with politics. The optimistic side of me wants to believe that quality change only happens by electing quality people into office. Community organizing and grassroots movements ultimately lead to policy changes that reflect the views of the people of our country. That being said, the pessimistic side of me knows that the current system is broken. Money drives the conversation in politics. Talking points are decided by the Mass Media, and campaigns/elections are reported on like they are football games instead of an actual democratic group decision making process.

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Lima Peru’s Central: The Restaurant that Literally Made Me Cry

First things first… this is not a travel blog. This is not a food blog. This is a place where I am going to write about whatever I want. Nevertheless, I just recently visited Peru, and it was one of the best trips I have ever had, so I might as well start off with something exciting. 

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