Category Archives: Personal Musings

Bitcoin, Then and Now

This month I decided to add Bitcoin to the forms of payment I accept for the consulting and career coaching services I offer music artists and others in this business. I also recently made my first purchase of the digital currency–1.06847855 of it, to be precise–at the sole Bitcoin ATM, located in downtown Vancouver. The procedure was quite easy, actually, and I was able to instantly deposit it into my already-created digital wallet.

If you have no clue what I’m talking about, you’re not alone. Here’s a quick and dirty primer of sorts on Bitcoin. (more…)

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Steve Jobs Takes Me Into The New Year Pondering Our Future

One of the gifts I got this Christmas was the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson. I’m a Mac person and have been for 20 years now, and a baby boomer like Jobs, so I’m looking forward to the read.

When I mentioned this to a good friend of mine, he chirped something to the effect that Jobs was a genius who turned a whole generation into social misfits (more…)

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