Today’s selection of articles:
- “Brazil’s women cycle to battle street sexism“, by Sarah Brown (OZY). And street (un)safety.
- “Ohio’s supersmart immigrants“, by Olivia Miltner (OZY).
Articles on crypto, in particular, on-chain voting:
- “EOS: don’t believe the hype“, by matteoleibowitz (Medium, 2018-04-30).
- “Notes on blockchain governance“, by Vitalik Buterin (vitalik.ca, 2017-12-17).
- “Governance, part 2: plutocracy is still bad“, by Vitalik Buterin (vitalik.ca, 2018-03-28).
- “Blockchains should not be democracies“, by Haseeb Qureshi (Hacker Noon, 2018-04-26).
- “The perils of extreme democracy” (The Economist, 2011-04-20). California as an example of what could go wrong with direct democracy, on and off the blockchain.
- “What is delegated proof of stake (DPoS)?” (Lisk.io).
An article about computer security:
- “Active attack on Tor network tried to decloak users for five months“, by Dan Goodin (Ars Technica, 2014-07-30). A real-world example of a computer security attack combining a Sybil attack with a traffic confirmation attack.
Articles on Tesla, in particular, its car batteries:
- “Tesla is still a zero“, by Logical Thought (Seeking Alpha, 2018-05-07). Note that the author is short TSLA.
- “Tesla Model 3 vs electric competitors (the straight specs)“, by Zachary Shahan (Clean Technica, 2017-08-20).
- “Tesla Model S vs competitors: cost of maintenance including battery replacement“, by Ben Sullins (Ben Sullins).
- “Tesla batteries last forever, still“, by Ben Sullins (Teslanomics, 2018-03-01). The author admits that “this was not a scientific study”.
- “Tesla battery degradation analysis reveals how long a battery might last“, by Kyle (Teslarati, 2017-04-13).