I'm Kenneth Moon, a bitcoin enthusiast, maker, hacker, and bottom up revolutionist.
I was born and raised in Western Arkansas. Joined the Navy in 2006 and after 4 deployments, 2 years living in Japan, and a short stint in Virginia I returned to my hometown of Fort Smith, Arkansas. Im still serving in the government, only as a veteran now. I’m actively working towards building community around hackers, makers, and creatives to mesh technology and art together placemaking exciting communities. I believe Bitcoin is changing the world and I hope to leverage that change in smaller communities. Code is spiritual. Service is life. Here I share ideas, projects, and stories.
America Died 06/24/22
America Died 06/24/22 Fourth of July weekend is here, and everyone is excited to celebrate 246 years of Red, White, and Blue. I can’t say I feel celebratory. I feel
I 3D Printed a Gun (Video)
This is a 3D printed rifle controller modification I made for the Oculus Quest2.
This Is Not A Catch-22
This Is Not A Catch-22 In his 1961 novel Catch-22, Joseph Heller coined the titular term to describe an inescapable dilemma created by contradictory limitations. A ‘damned if I do, damned
HOMEVID-19 Video Contest Winners (Times Record)
Winners of the River Valley Film Society’s HOMEVID-19 home movie contest were announced Saturday. My film “Socially Distanced. Still Hungry.” won best movie!
Socially Distanced. Still Hungry. (Video)
In March 2020, a pandemic struck the globe, forcing many humanitarian organizations to suspend their work. I made this Documentary about the adaptation a local organizations took to stay open.
Autumn in Japan
Autumn in Japan was solely filmed and edited using an iPhone. Apps used: 8mm, Over, and iMovie. The footage is from my September 2019 trip to Japan. Music by Ryo