Introduction Welcome back to The Stack. This week we speak with Josh Lehman, Executive Director of the Urbit Foundation. We discuss Foundation initiatives for education and future projects, the art of pouring tea, and the role and constitution of the Urbit Foundation Board. Episode The Eternal Grift Sign up for our Urbit MAILING LIST. If… Continue reading Ep 037: In Lehman’s Terms with ~wolref-podlex
This week, another war story, this time with Josh’s dad, who tells about 30+ years of military service and the war in Afghanistan.
Josh’s grandfather recounts his experience of WWII, including the Bataan Death March and meeting the Japanese.
Introduction This week we speak with Noah Kumin, also known as ~librex-dozryc, New York human, if such a thing exists, a genuine Tycho with the good fortune to make the lists of Urbit and Stack elite. Making the Stack elite can’t be done by the effete, no, but there is a bit about Noah’s blueberry… Continue reading Ep 034: Mars Review with ~librex-dozryc
This week, we speak with Neal Davis, otherwise known as ~lagrev-nocfep.
Our topics this week are:
The advantages of Urbit over traditional development paradigms.
Hoon school and how to get some. What species of lunatic writes Hoon. And pedagogy and the performance of teaching.
Introduction Welcome back to The Stack This week we speak with Anthony Arroyo, better known on the network as poldec-tonteg. Formerly at Tlon, Anthony left his work there to find himself in the deserts of the Southwestern US, where he had a peyote vision of himself as a steep-sided gully formed by the action of… Continue reading Ep 032: The Combine with ~poldec-tonteg
This week, we speak with Logan Allen, better known to Urbit as ~tacryt-socryp.
We talk ~tirrel, Uqbar, decaying cities, how Urbit fixes everything, what makes sound money, and running your own company.
This week we speak with Joe Bryan, engineering manager at Tlon and known to the network as ~master-morzod.
This is but a cozy new year chat between your best friends Josh and Andy
We talk beards, sartorialism, weird Chinese social stuff, and Anglo-Saxonry.
And as ever: manly predictions for the New Year.