The sound quality is awful: I just bought DVDs with a dozen of the Rathbone-Bruce Sherlock Holmes movies, and all the sound is really easy to understand. For that “podcast”, somehow for nearly all “podcasts”, the sound is awful — I can understand less than half the words. Bummer. The podcast users need to get with some good audio engineers and improve their sound quality.Besides, I have no great respect for Marc’s background, information, or insight. E.g., his information and insight are essentially what is in the coffee shops along Sand Hill Road, and that is essentially all quite mediocre stuff, heavily dreams and floundering of self-taught hackers confined in an echo chamber, very visible, e.g., on Hacker News and on the Web sites of Sand Hill Road VCs. Occasionally someone gets lucky at the tables in Vegas, and Sand Hill Road is much the same except that people attribute real capability instead of just luck.Besides, I see no significant long term future from the blockchain technology since for essentially any candidate application there is older technology that is superior. E.g., recently I’ve been doing a lot of Internet shopping: For that, my bank, Amazon, Sam’s Club, Walmart, Hanes, FedEx, and several others, the Internet, Web sites, e-mail, my computer, and I all work GREAT, no use of blockchain anywhere. IMHO, same for essentially all candidate applications: Bluntly, blockchain is inferior technology. In time, as the speculation, dreams of a big new thing, fad, and hype fade, that inferiority will become of overwhelming importance. Yes, between now and then, blockchain assets will be volatile so that someone with a lot of information and insight might be able to make some money.