Published on September 28th, 2014 by
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On today’s episode, we’re going to be talking about Uber’s new political strategy, California Public Utilities Commission’s ire with Transportation Network Companies, BitTorrent opens Bleep Alpha to the public, the Ripple vs Stellar debate, and last but certainly not least, sharepreneur Chelsea Rustrum joins the show to tell us about life in the sharing economy.
P.S. The magic word is tricky in this one, you'll have to read between the lines to find it!
Dark Wallet + Open Bazaar integration Github repo
Behavior Driven Development doc and meetup notes
Coins In The Kingdom
P2P Connects Us sponsor token auction
Uber hires David Plouff
Uber sponsors police militarization convention
Uber teams up with Hiring Our Heroes
Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber receive nastygrams from the CPUC
BitTorrent Bleep Alpha goes public
Stellar network experiences 10+ hour outage
Ripple Labs comes to an agreement with Jed McCaleb
Chris Larsen pledges 7 billion XRP to charity
“It’s a Shareable Life” book
The magic word is "shareable"
“One Couch at a Time” documentary
Living the New Economy Convergence
Content for today’s episode was provided by John Light and Chelsea Rustrum
Music for today’s episode was “Curbside Killers” by Pskov