Time to start posting again – it’s 2018! Been reading up on a few things so here’s a list: How Lightning Network works Demystifying Hashgraphs (it’s permissioned btw) Fundamental Challeges to Public Blockchains by Preethi Kasireddy Hugo Nguyen on Charlie Lee divesting his LTC Naval Ravikant on how the blockchain will replace existing networks with […]Read more "Happy New Year 2018!"
Register Now at http://bilangpilipinohackathon.eventbrite.com #BilangPilipino #HACKSYON #CodeMore #HackMore #LiveMore A post shared by Paul "The Pageman" Pajo (@paulpajo) on Apr 11, 2016 at 2:34am PDT It’s the season of many hackathons again and last month I was a judge at the IoT (Internet of Things) hackathon. This weekend there will be two (!!!) – and […]Read more "The first 11 days of April 2016 so far"
Answer by Ashton Kutcher: I spent about 3 months preparing the character. I started by consuming content about Steve Jobs. The script was a fantastic resource but after reading it I was left with as many questions as answers as to why he was the way he was and why he made some of the […]Read more "How did Ashton Kutcher prepare for his role as Steve Jobs in the new movie Jobs?"
#Startups Answer by Paul Amerigo Pajo: Ten Other Ideas 1. Teach in a tech school – some of our students were actually doing their second degree. 2. Get outside of you national capital's CBD – if you're seeing the same people, it might be that you're attending the same scene. I didn't nearly see the […]Read more "Where and How can you find the perfect tech start-up co-founder in Manila?"
My apologies to Dr. Mark H. Creech: “To live righteously before God is the greatest resolution anyone can ever make in life. Such a resolution begins with repentance of sin and turning to Christ for forgiveness.” And just because my name is Paul – I love how Dr. Creech quotes George Burger: “I will like […]Read more "The Greatest (New Year’s) Resolution One Can Ever Make"
I’ll try to update my blogs more now that WordPress allows you to just cut & paste Instagram links into your blog. Here’s some photos from last night’s Dakila.ph’s ActiveVista HumanRights Film Festival 2012 closing ceremonies and awarding at the PETA-Phinma theater. with the lovely lovely @stephltan of @DakilaPH A post shared by Paul "The […]Read more "Dakila party at PETA"
Also: http://www.bostonglobe.com/ideas/2012/11/03/abc-proof-too-tough-even-for-mathematicians/o9bja4kwPuXhDeDb2Ana2K/story.html Answer by Yasha Berchenko-Kogan: A lot of math grad school is reading books and papers and trying to understand what's going on. The difficulty is that reading math is not like reading a mystery thriller, and it's not even like reading a history book or a New York Times article. The main issue […]Read more "What do grad students in math do all day?"