Welcome to my fourth instalment of my collection of Steem works. I have previously authored three posts containing my work from June 2017 up until present. This fourth instalment has been considered necessary, as the previous three instalments have grown large. Most of the content in this fourth instalment relates to Steem and my experience on Steem. As part of the update, the previous three posts have also been updated and will be continued to be updated with new posts on a regular basis. The updated Parts 1, 2 and 3 of the collection of works can be accessed using the following links.
As with the previous collections of work, I have divided my subject matter into categories. The categories included in Part 3 are as follows:
- Getting to know me
- Steem Economics
- Steem Milestones
- Spectrum Economics on holiday
- Captain Hive
Getting to know me
Most of my posts relate to economics. However, sometimes I like to take a break from economics and discuss some of my other interests. I think it is important for my readers and viewers to see other sides of me. This is the section where I will introduce you to my dogs, tell you about my theories about time travel and talk about Christmas.
Introducing Spectrum Economics
Walking the Dogs - Just getting some fresh air with my boys
Spectrum Economics Christmas Story
Fun Portable Network Graphics (PNG)
Happy Christmas from Spectrumecons
Portable Network Graphics (PNG) – Squirt the Whale
Time Travel – Multiverse and Avengers Endgame
Do I live in the land of the Unicorns?
Spectrumecons First 3Speak Video - My encounters with censorship on social media
Creating my own style with my PNG images
My Steem Cars
Getting creative with Steem logos in WWE 2K19
My Super Bowl Prediction
Spectrumecons 2019 Christmas Post
Spectrumecons New Look
Perfection – The curse so many of us pursue
It’s Hive Time
Creating a new look for Spectrumecons on Hive
My Hive Cars
The idea of social media on the blockchain is very interesting. Steem is the first blockchain to be dedicated to social media. Hundreds of applications have been built on Steem. They vary from video sharing and streaming to blogs to photographs and even fitness.
I have been fortunate to be one of the first economists to be able to explore the operation of Steem. I have explained the economics of how Steem functions. I have investigated what is successful as well as some of the problems and challenges. So far, I have analysed the impact of bots, the distribution of rewards, the Steemit user interface, promotion of content, and investment options. My posts are available in the links below.
DON'T LET GREED DESTROY STEEMIT
Steem explained by an economist
Steem explained by an economist (Video Version)
Bid Bots and the possible economic implications
Changing the way voting works to improve fairness and rewards – My little fantasy
The Trending Page AKA the Front Page of Steemit
How do we prevent market failure caused by over delegation of Steem Power to bid-bots?
The economic implications of the existence of the rewards pool
Advice to Potential Investors in Steem
Promoting Content (Part 1) - Promoting content on Steem
Promoting Content (Part 2) - Promoting Steem on other social media
Is the Steem ecosystem in disequilibrium? (Part 1 – Witnesses)
Is the Steem ecosystem in disequilibrium? (Part 2 – Content Creators and Curators)
Is the Steem ecosystem in disequilibrium? (Part 3 – Applications and Services)
Is the Steem ecosystem in disequilibrium? (Part 4 – Passive Income)
Is the Steem ecosystem in disequilibrium? (Part 5 – Combination of solutions)
Proposed changes to the Steem rewards and curation algorithms
Steem - The Future of DApps (60 Seconds of Steem)
Promoting Content (Part 1) - Promoting content on Steem (Video Version)
Promoting Content (Part 2) - Promoting Steem on other social media (Video Version)
Rewards Pool (Video)
Advice to Potential Investors in Steem (Video)
Steem Rewards Curve - Bend or not to bend?
Steem(it)’s Economic Improvement Proposal (EIP)
Taking a closer look at the EIP 2e12 Reward Curve
Palnet – A big step in the right direction
Ideas for profit sharing with Steem DApps
Tribes – The Steem Game Changer
My curation practices and thoughts on observed changes to curation
To Power Up or not to Power Up, that is the question
Guide to Steem Ecosystem Course Content
Guide to the Steem Ecosystem (Free Udemy Course)
Steem Communities (Beta Version)
Welcome to the Economics Community
Alternative use of SteemPeak Bookmarks and Labels
We have an amazing community
Exploring Steem Communities
Steem Witnesses - Weighted votes based on ranking
How reducing the number of witness votes per account can improve decentralisation
Dear Justin Sun – (@justinsuntron / @justinsunsteemit) - My (@spectrumecons) open letter to you!
What does the death of Steem mean for cryptocurrency?
Guide to the Hive and Steem Ecosystems Udemy Course
Important Hive Links
I have been on Steem for over two years. During the course of this journey, I have reached several milestones. These milestones could relate to number of followers, reputation score, anniversaries, or even a major power up. I have also included posts relating to some of my activities on Steem as well as updates.
Spectrum Economics reaches 100 followers on Steemit
Spectrum Economics reaches 200 followers
Spectrum Economics Line Up for November
2017 Year in Review (Part 1)
2017 Year in Review (Part 2)
1000 Followers - Steemit dreams coming true
Questions to be added to economics posts and videos - Chance to win SBD
2000 followers and going strong, thank you Steemit
Status update for the next few weeks
Proposed Collection of Works (Includes rambling about bots and mild blowing of own trumpet)
One Year on Steemit
Spectrum Economics Updated Website
Spectrum Economics tries live streaming (FAILED - Sorry still learning)
3,000 follower milestone plus sharing post payouts with upvoters
Best of Steem by Spectrum Economics - Facebook Page
BYE BYE DTUBE
Beneficiary Rewards (Distributed over 13 posts)
I am an Orca (Really Big Dolphin)
Spectrumecons 2018 Year in Review (Part 1)
Spectrumecons 2018 Year in Review (Part 2)
Comparison between my first 50 posts and my recent 50 posts
Steem – We are living in the Wild West
Making the most of Actifit and the reports
Spectrum Economics Powers Up 777 Steem
Two Years on the Steem Blockchain
100,000 Steem Power Milestone
Spectrumecons 2019 Year in Review
500 Posts on Steem/Hive
Three Years on Hive/Steem
Spectrum Economics on holiday
I like to travel now again. I have been to many different and exciting places. Steem is the ideal place for me to share some of my experiences with my audience. So far, I have posted videos of my trip to Uluru and Kata Tjuta as well as a short video about the Carnival Legend on my visit to Alaska. I will have several more videos about my adventures up in Alaska, which I will share with my audience.
Travelling is one the best ways of opening our minds to the world. I try to bring as much of an open mind as I can to most of work. The world can be a very strange place. Believing can be difficult unless we experience it firsthand ourselves.
Uluru and Kata Tjuta - Economist on Holiday
Spectrum Economics Trip to Uluru and Kata Tjuta
Uluru Exclusive Footage
Kata Tjuta Exclusive Footage
Going away for a few weeks
Alaska Cruise on the Carnival Legend (DTube Video)
Spectrum Economics in Seattle
White Pass & Yukon Route Railway (Skagway) Adventure
I created a separate account on Hive to emphasize the pictures and images that I have created for my @spectrumecons account. The pictures and images serve the purpose of helping explain the written content. The images are created from a combination of PNGs created from photographs of collectibles, photographs from holidays, and screenshots from my creations from PS4 games. The PNGs are put together using Microsoft PowerPoint to create pictures that help tell the story of the content. Text is often added to the pictures for dialog. I occasional create GIFs using combinations of pictures.
Introducing Captain Hive
Captain Hive Covid-19 Share
Captain Hive is an Orca
This brings me to the end of my fourth instalment of my collection of works. This post as well as the previous three instalments will be updated every couple of months. Once, my content has expanded beyond a reasonable capacity for four posts, I will create my fifth instalment.
If you want to read any of my other posts, you can click on the links below. These links will lead you to posts containing my collection of works. These posts will be updated frequently.
Economics Udemy Course
I have launched my first Udemy course ‘Economics is for Everyone’. The course focuses on how economics affects everyday people, the decisions they make and how they interact with the world around them. The course contains 24 video lectures (about 4 hours of viewing), 64 multiple-choice questions (3 at the end of most lectures), 32 downloadable resources (presentation slides, additional notes and links to relevant Steem posts), and 2 scenario questions. The course is currently free-of-charge. Click the link above to access the course.
Future of Social Media