In the second episode of Block Chains, Michael Bordenaro interviews Joe Manganelli on the efficiency of Block Chain technologies.

The Block Chain series will focus on interviews with people in the A/E/C and other industries that can shed light on how Block Chains will affect the lives of the AECOOO* Community.

*AECOOO – Architects, Engineers, Contractors, Owners, Operators and Occupants

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Joe Manganelli is the founder of xplr design, llc, a human factors consultancy. He is an architect, Innovation Catalyst, human factors consultant, and sustainability consultant with Fluor Enterprises, Inc. in its Life Sciences and Advanced Manufacturing (LSA&M) division. Manganelli teaches courses on information architecture and user experience research for Kent State University’s School of Information.

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Nakamoto, Satoshi (24 May 2009). “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System” (PDF). Retrieved 5 March 2014.
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