I just like getting on podcasts with my friends
The Bitcoin Matrix Podcast (Episode 150)
The great Cedric and I discuss artificial intelligence, Nietzsche, nihilism, despair, beauty, & Bitcoin! Check it out on Youtube here.
The Pickled Lemons Podcast (Episode 3)
Friends Elyse and Sara chat with me about Deafness in the Middle East! It's a fun conversation. Check it out on Spotify here!
A Sly Roundabout Way: The Story of the First Bitcoin Diploma
The amazing story of the Bitcoin Diploma and how it got to where it got was run by My First Bitcoin and filmed and put together by IBEX. Grateful to both teams for their amazing work. Check out the moving backstory here. Official site for the documentary here. And, of course, My First Bitcoin website here.
2022 South Carolina Blockchain Conference: Bitcoin, Stablecoins, and Regulation -- Federal Policy Update
I join friends Dennis Fassuliotis, Ron Hammond, and Dan Spuller alongside Congresswoman Nancy Mace to talk politics in the Bitcoin and Crypto space! Check it out here.
Bitcoin, Peace, and Music: Bitcoin, Suicide, and Recovery
This is an intense conversation about suicide, strategies to grapple with life and living, personal experiences with suicidal thoughts, and (of course) Bitcoin makes its way into our talk. Check it out here.
IBEX Podcast (Episode 36): How to educate US Policy Makers and Salvadorian School teenagers on Bitcoin
We talk about how I discovered Bitcoin and take a dive into education.
Bitcoin Rapid-Fire: Bitcoin, Culture, Nietzsche, and Insights from a Life of Sign Language Interpreting
Wake Up Podcast (Episode 73): Handball is a Game for Prisoners (Part 1)
A conversation about Bitcoin education to legislators and students alike. Check it out here.
Wake Up Podcast (Episode 62): Nietzsche, Morality, and Artificial Intelligence
Book I, Proposition 20 of Euclid's Elements
A fun little moment from my college days. The senior class got together to do all the geometric propositions in Euclid's Book I. I did Prop 20, and the project in general is a fun homage to the father of geometry. Finally, somebody was cool enough to do the rest of the propositions in Euclid's Elements.