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Simon de la Rouviere
Explorer of all stories, master of sunsets. Code at . Also a musician, writer & dancer.
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Simon de la Rouviere 24m
♫ My Top 5 artists: Ochre (23), James Blake (15), Sharon Van Etten (10), White Lies (7) & Future Sound of Antwerp (4) via
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Pedro Gomes 1h
“it leads to a likely event, not the full truth” And this is actually great because signalling a full truth would be misleading as it’s inaccessible to anyone We can only signal what is true to each POV and aggregate as many as possible to get the most likely event
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Simon de la Rouviere 2h
Replying to @MarkBeylin @foamspace
Yes, hence why I said: having additional proofs (eg FOAM) + clustering algorithms + stake games allows people to verify something happening when they are not involved with it. Ultimately, it leads to a likely event, not the full truth.
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Simon de la Rouviere 2h
Replying to @MarkBeylin @foamspace
The use case: something happened on the other side of the globe. How do I verify the media involved? I don't know anyone, or trust any institution to tell me the truth. Hence, defaulting to hard-to-reverse notary, aka the blockchain.
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Simon de la Rouviere 2h
Replying to @MarkBeylin @foamspace
> You can prove when something happened just using signed messages. How? It can be backdated by anyone? Blockchain adds social consensus to when something happened.
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Ocean Protocol 5h
Ready to use Ocean but unsure of where to start? Our page holds all of the core concepts, tutorials, and setup guides you need to get started.
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Simon de la Rouviere 5h
Replying to @htcexodus
This is still a decade out at least, because the world needs to undergo a serious issue related to on-the-fly doctored media + hardware needs to be changed. Recent events + devices like show it's coming. Related: Blockchains Never Forget: .
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Simon de la Rouviere 5h
Replying to @foamspace
A blockchain can *prove when something happened. With protocols like , you can also *prove where it happened. Most likely eventual reality? Highest cluster of media at proved space-time + attached stake to claims. *hard to reverse claims
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Simon de la Rouviere 5h
Reality will become increasingly probabilistic if you weren't there in person. It will become worse if media manipulation can happen on the fly.
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Michael Tracey 16h
Recent events highlight what should now be abundantly clear: Twitter is a mass psychology experiment on the perils of confirmation bias, and we're all the test subjects. If we don't develop strategies to counteract this, we're just feeding into a giant engine of false consensus.
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Simon de la Rouviere 6h
Replying to @MisterCh0c
definitely on my to-watch list now.
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Simon de la Rouviere 6h
Replying to @Matt_Innes
Ah, great! Thanks Matt.
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Simon de la Rouviere 6h
Replying to @MisterCh0c
oh wow! Yes. Definitely similar style.
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Simon de la Rouviere 6h
I'm looking for illustrators that have a similar style to Giorgio De Chirico (that does commissions)? Long shot to ask on Twitter, but worth a try. Related: great marketplace for illustrators? I've used fiverr in the past.
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IAMAG 7h
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Austen Allred Jan 19
Companies that regularly attend Davos underperform the S&P 500 by a lot
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Ethan Buchman Jan 19
Thoughts on value, currency, sustainability, and economies as organisms. Conjecture that multi-collateral bonding curves with local resource-backed tokens may be key.
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Simon de la Rouviere Jan 19
Replying to @thomasbarkercom
3 seasons later. (Jokes aside. Saw that today. Keen to dig in).
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Simon de la Rouviere Jan 19
Can't wait for the season where the programmer curses his screen for 4 episodes because the stack trace from the EVM is not descriptive at all.
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Simon de la Rouviere Jan 19
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