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Simon de la Rouviere
Explorer of all stories, master of sunsets. Usually tweet about blockchains, music, art, systems & economics.
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Simon de la Rouviere 4h
It's like a too locally adapted animal. Thrives when environment is good. Dies when it isn't. Less attack surface lends to excellent security if it's exactly what's needed, but trades off flexibility & certain death when it needs to adapt.
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Simon de la Rouviere 10h
Replying to @Rakim_t
Strangely, that's become the redeeming value of cinema to me. Thus: super fans watching opening weekend movies together is like a rock concert. Can't do that at home. All other movies can't bother with tbh.
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Simon de la Rouviere 10h
I stopped going to cinemas about a decade ago (only going for Star Wars). I'm late to the MCU, but I'm finally excited about cinema again. It's not that I didn't watch films, it's just that I didn't prioritise it. So I never bothered to go to cinemas.
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Martin Becker 13h
To put this into perspective, the entire prize pool for the ICC WC was $10m. The winners of the FIFA WC took $38m home, so it's actually closer to that region of money. And there's still a whole month for the prize pool to increase.
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 20
Finding common ground in the local maxima. :)
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 20
Replying to @santisiri
The scale remains mind-boggling in China. Every citizen in South Africa could get an apartment in China and there would still be empty ones left. 😱
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 19
Replying to @ravachol70
Awesome! Thanks!
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 19
What phrase do I need to mute the 'Person & 12 others follow' tweets from my timeline? There's a bunch of them but only interested in this specific one.
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 19
Replying to @automaticyes @vgr
Will report back. Just bought the back last week to read. :)
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 18
Lots of great responses here. Will get to them soon. 🤗
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Downtown Josh Brown Jul 18
Neil Armstrong’s wife and two sons watch launch, July 16th 1969
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 17
Replying to @Alex_Amsel
Keen!
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Ocean Protocol Jul 17
How does data curation work, and why is it important? ⚓️ Allows good data to surface ⚓️ Removes bad data ⚓️ Ranks or organises all data to facilitate discovery Read Part I of our Introduction to Data Curation here.
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 17
Replying to @simondlr
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 17
Replying to @simondlr
Notably: I'm looking artists who want to draw some concept art for the novel I'm writing (near-future sci-fi). Please get in touch! :)
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 17
Published my latest newsletter. #7: Harberger Rates on Virtual Assets, Artists In The Cloud & Concept Art Commissions.
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WebDimi3 Jul 17
Very excited about "Artist in the Cloud" by An art framework with emphasis on a decentralized soul and collective imagination
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Simon de la Rouviere Jul 16
When I think of Johnny Clegg it always reminds me of the great spirit we can harbour in learning the culture of our neighbours. RIP.
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Gene Kogan Jul 16
Replying to @genekogan
This article is the first in a series about an idea at the intersection of computer art, AI, cryptoeconomics, and philosophy of mind. I'm very excited to get started on it, and I'm seeking collaborators.
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Gene Kogan Jul 16
A short introduction to the project to study and build an autonomous artificial artist
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