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Canye West writes a book of philosophy
Canye West is reading a text. It was unveiled in a new West by pre-a-reporters. It was announced in a talk in Pret-a-Reporter between Axel Vervoordt, a Belgium based interiors architect who previously worked with Yeezy. They both get unbelievably deeply into the matter of arts and arquitecture (Kanye: "I recall that I went in like the film Batman and felt myself.
He had this very sensitive, emotive sense of space"), which of course leads Kanye to spill the seeds of the coming literature he is working on. Kanye models "a philosopher?s guide " (although he apparently enjoys using the term "concept" instead of "philosophy") named Break the Simulation, which, when I read this right, is about the struggle between past and present, as it is recorded by our observession with photographs and other icebound memory.
This is Kanye to work out further: I have a notion about photography, and I am on the wall about photography - about people who are possessed by photography - because it leads you out of the now and into the past or into the ancestors. Whilst it's incredibly straightforward to taunt Kanye for being some kind of bounty hunter in this statement, it's quite straightforward when you dismantle it.
Seriously, this is a very well-founded, though rather haute fashion-interviews. It' nice to see Kanye talking to someone who seems to take him to an intellectually charged plane instead of making him say ludicrous things. Please click here to view the full story.
The Bitcoin creator, whoever it is, references to All in Book Marketing
Does the undisclosed maker of Hitcoin write a script about it? This could be deduced from a mysterious news item published on Friday on a website that may be associated with Satoshi Nakamoto, the alias of the individual or persons who published the initial 2008 bitcoinc-whitebook. This page describes the "first extract from a two-part work of literature ", which is " promising to be a brief history, if you will, with some of the most frequently asked frequently asked queries and responses ".
It even contains a Nakamoto typeryptogram pretending to disclose titles related to the text. In Wikipedia, this is a phrase that is used to describe "the difference between a person's real emotions and desires" and "the behaviour and views shown in public".
A lot of reporters have tried to uncover the real Nakamoto identities, but it's still a mystery in the crypto world. Published on the website, the extract mentions early trendsetters in early digitized assets research such as Adam Back, Wei Dai, David Chaum and Hal Finney. In the text there are also strange places, such as the writer, who refers to the "first" Bitcoin genesiablock.
It was the first cluster in the Bitcoin chain to be published by Nakamoto in early 2009, yet this new clip seems to mean that there is more than one. Nakamoto claimed to have interfered with the cipher punk scene that Bitcoin created as a 14-year-old. As I know that some of you may be new to this or hear about it, you may not know it, so I should say it in public, although it is now adopted, but it has never been said in public, so I will make it official," the writer states.
"Sri Satoshi Nakamoto is not a name. Anyway, a genuine Nakamoto would be gobbled up by Bitcoin fans all over the while. Perhaps the writer reveals it with the first line in the excerpt: "It was inevitable."