Peter Theil’s attacks on higher education are boring
A whole lot of hubbub has been generated by infamous billionaire Peter Theil and his repeated, dull attacks on higher education across the United States. Despite the fact that I keep seeing more and more about Theil in the media, usually when it comes to his ceaseless critiques of American universities, I think too few people are acknowledging one simple fact – Peter Theil and his long-disproven assault on higher ed isn’t just hopelessly wrong, it’s also incredibly boring. Here’s why I think Peter Theil’s long played-out criticisms of higher education are totally nonsensical, and so boring that they aren’t… This story continues at The Next Web
It’s been another weekend of hodling and waiting for the markets to do something. Of course, we can’t make that happen, but what we can do, is bring you a round up of the weekend’s top cryptocurrency and blockchain stories from around the web. Here’s Moonday Morning for you: 1. The Israeli tax authorities have taken a leaf out of Japan’s play book and are stepping up the search for cryptocurrency tax evaders. Over the last two weeks the Israeli tax office has opened cases for hundreds of citizens that are thought to have unreported earnings made from cryptocurrency trading.… This story continues at The Next Web
Voyager 2, the multi-planetary exploratory probe launched in 1977, has finally entered interstellar space, some six years after its twin, Voyager 1, did the same. It's now about 11 billion miles from Earth, the second-farthest-out human-made object in space.