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Nxter News – September 2018 (III): The Question Is Not What You Look At, But What You See

By apenzl | 18/09/2018

September (III)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Seeing is believing. Sounds obvious, simple even. Yet many people look, but they do not see. Haters out there close off their minds to logic and new experiences, we have all seen people do this. It is sad. People too quickly succumb to fear, uncertainty, and … Read more

Nxter News – September 2018 (II): There Is Nothing So Stable As Change

By apenzl | 11/09/2018

September (II)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! An unanswered question in physics is “do the fundamental constants of the universe change?” Our universe has many such fundamental constants, some more applicable to daily life than others – anyone reading this can appreciate the constant (c) used for the speed of light. Yet there is … Read more

Nxter News – September 2018 (I): Minds Are Like Flowers, They Only Open When The Time Is Right

By apenzl | 04/09/2018

September (I)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Flowers look pretty, smell pretty, and they make a great gift for your significant other. They also serve as poetic license to talk about the human mind. We live in an age where many close-minded people are in power the world over, from the US to … Read more

Nxter News – August 2018 (IV): People Do Not Quit Playing Because They Grow Old; They Grow Old Because They Quit Playing

By apenzl | 28/08/2018

  August (IV)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! This week marks two consecutive years of there being a weekly Nxter newsly! We are getting better with age, like a fine wine! Growing old tends to be tedious, full of aches, pains, and the phrase “remember when…?” For 104 consecutive weeks, we have published … Read more

Nxter News – August 2018 (III): Sometimes It’s Not The Strength But Gentleness That Cracks The Hardest Shells

By apenzl | 21/08/2018

  August (III)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! The Nxt community has always been known as one of the friendliest and most helpful in crypto. Now we’re growing again, with the creation of Ardor, new assets, and new child chains, new Nxters join our ecosystem from all over the world. We welcome you. Investors … Read more

Nxter News – August 2018 (II): There Is Nothing Better Than A Friend, Unless It Is A Friend With Chocolate

By apenzl | 14/08/2018

  August (II)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Friends are great! They are there when you need them and sometimes provide you with chocolate. Not everyone is your friend though, as we cover later, friends do not try and scam you. Friends support and encourage you to be the best version of yourself. … Read more

Nxter News – August 2018 (I): The Real Voyage Of Discovery Consists Not In Seeking New Landscapes, But In Having New Eyes

By apenzl | 07/08/2018

  August (I)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! To voyage conjures up images of brave people doing brave things as they traverse the unknown. The NASA Voyager probes famously provided humanity the first glimpses of the outer planets and discovered much data about these mysterious solar bodies and they are now beyond the … Read more

Nxter News – July 2018 (V): All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter, Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

By apenzl | 31/07/2018

  July (V)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! We are all wandering through life, trying hard to put on a good face and deceive others into thinking that we have life “figured out” but these are lies we tell to our coworkers and friends. We are all wandering, but we need not be … Read more

Nxter News – July 2018 (IV): Life Has No Remote Control, So Get Up And Change It Yourself

By apenzl | 24/07/2018

July (IV)   Welcome, dear Nxters and other followers! Recently the batteries in my tv remote died, and to my great dismay, there were no other ones that small around my house. So there I was, comfortable in my lazy clothes, staring at a blank tv. No amount of button pushing would power the tv … Read more