Scott and Anders talk about The Interview, disruption of internet services by sovereign nations, and how a city in Portugal is pointing us to the future of interconnectedness. There’s a lot of talk about a magic bus as well.
Veniam – The company who built the network in Porto, Portugal
Scott and Anders talk about pseudonymity, credentials, privacy and security in this jam-packed episode.
What if you could have as many identities as you want, and they were all verifiable by a trusted source? And what if you could prove that you have the right to do something, like drink alcohol or vote, without the other party having to know who you are? Are privacy and security mutually exclusive or can they co-exist?
We based a lot of our discussion on a book by David Birch. We encourage everyone to get this book and explore this topic in more depth.
In this episode, Scott and Anders talk about a subject near and dear to everyone’s heart: How to safely store, organize and display photos taken across all devices. While we have solved the problem of making photography affordable and easy for everyone, we still don’t have great products for the rest of the story.
What might that solution look like? Tune in, listen in and share your comments with us!
A picture of Scott’s rig for recording this particular show.
In this episode, Scott and Anders discuss the history of credit card payments, how credit card data is stored, why breaches occur, and what to look for in the coming months and years as better systems start to emerge.
It costs absurd amounts of money to transfer money or communicate across international borders for no good reason. In this episode, Scott and Anders talk about what’s broken and why, and discuss what the future might look like as the barriers come down.
Bitcoin is great, but it’s still riding on a network that’s controlled by large institutions. What would it look like to have a truly decentralized network? Scott and Anders discuss how it might work in this latest episode.