Anil Dash, Atlantic
Before the term NFT or non-fungible token became mainstream, the idea of a blockchain-based system to verify digital art was meant to be a way of claiming ownership rather than making a profit. Glitch CEO Anil Dash hatched the idea of a system with an artist in 2014, and he explains how the idea of giving creators the power over their creation “sparked a lot of actionable business hype. . ”
Charles Holmes, The ring
We’re three weeks into Marvel’s high-profile second series for Disney +, and so far the studio has been delivering everything fans could hope for. The showrunner and director of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Discuss how the series struggles with a beloved hero gone and his shield passed on to someone else.
Christopher Mims, The Wall Street Journal
Computer chips have used silicon for more than 70 years, but as gains in computing power begin to slow down, the material may soon be replaced by, or at least combined with, other options. The Wall Street Journal explains how elements such as graphene, black phosphorus, transition metal dichalcogenides and boron nitride nanosheets could be used to power electronics over the next decade.