The Don't Say NFT podcast series aims to explore blockchain-facilitated tools and experiences all the way from the technologically fundamental to the ideologically unclear.
We're out here meme-ing blockchain and surrounding protocols into existence, and I'm quite certain we'll be able to bring more people along for the ride, even if just a few at a time.
Art is as fundamental to human life as language, and as something so inextricable it seems we can barely express our understanding of it.
Imagine you own two 1kg gold bars, and you highly value these items. Imagine also that you have two options regarding their storage. By the first option, you can keep them in a safety-deposit box at your bank. By the second, you can strap one to each calf and walk around with them attached to you at
In the art world, provenance refers to chain of custody. Recording not only who created an item, but also the work's historical context, subject, and series of ownership can impact how a piece is interpreted and it's future value.
An artifact must be (1) intentionally produced, (2) produced for a purpose, and (3) a product of the modification of materials.
A meme is a unit of cultural information that spreads from person to person by means of imitation. It's an inside joke that needs no explaining. It's just understood.
Humans will split off into groups in most situations, and here we can define a group as any more than one person. Two person groups, or dyads, are the building blocks of larger groups.
As we move through the stages of human life, we build and rebuild our internal identities many times. New hobbies, beliefs, life pivots, and family roles can change us completely.