What is a DAO distributed autonomous organization ?

fbWhat is a DAO distributed autonomous orginization

These days, it’s hardly surprising to hear that a hot new startup has received gobs of money from eager investors. But a new company called the DAO (short for “decentralized autonomous organization”) is not your average startup.

The DAO, designed to serve as a kind of venture capital fund for the cryptocurrency community, is the first of a new breed of business. It has no CEO and no staff; indeed, it has no human management at all. The company itself is simply software that runs on a blockchain, the technology that powers digital currencies like bitcoin. Through its first three weeks, the DAO raised over $130 million from tens of thousands of global investors, and it’s not done yet. But regardless of how the company fares, its mere existence portends profound changes for business, government, and the roles that people play in our economy.

Analysts have questioned whether the DAO is legal or viable. Like any startup, it may fail. It may have attracted investors who don’t understand the risks. Some investors may be speculators in it for a quick buck, in turn, reducing the size of the fund. It may be attracting criminals or terrorists masquerading as entrepreneurs. To be sure, these are important concerns.

But the DAO’s debut is a watershed moment in the history of financial services. It demonstrates that autonomous entities can raise huge sums of money without traditional intermediaries. How will venture capitalists and investment banks respond to these blockchain IPOs that crowd-source hundreds of millions of dollars from a global invest

Even more significantly, the distributed autonomous enterprise raises the intriguing possibility that software could ameliorate, or even eliminate, some of the most vexing problems of management and mass collaboration.

Consider the impact of software that automates important aspects of governance and decision-making in a firm. Companies like this have no executive team, board of directors, or assets other than code. This could eliminate the possibility of managerial wrongdoing and incompetence. Such an organization will do what it’s coded to do, which is to act in the interests of those who hold its tokens. In the case of the DAO, the tokens are valued in Ether, the cryptocurrency of the Ethereum blockchain on which the DAO runs.

Meanwhile, stakeholders can review and vote on proposals for how the DAO will allocate its funds. Think about that for a moment. With such a company, there is no information asymmetry between management and stakeholders, because there are no managers. Nor is there room for moral hazard, where managers may behave contrary to the interests of their customers or clients, taking outsized risks for personal gain because they know they won’t suffer the consequences. There would be no way for the heads of an electronics conglomerate to overstate their earnings by $2 billion over seven years, as Toshiba’s did. Sports league officials couldn’t take bribes in exchange for hosting or broadcasting rights to big sporting events, as FIFA’s did. For regulators, there’s a lot to love here.

However, a DAO could act like a regular corporation in many other ways. It could invest in new businesses, support social causes, or back political candidates. It could hire lobbyists and a legal team to represent its interests and advocate on its behalf. Using smart contracts—agreements written in code that self-enforce—a DAO could do pretty much what any organization could do, with one important exception. On the blockchain, there is no way to override agreements, mission statements, corporate values, or operating principles without broad stakeholder discussion and consent.

That’s huge.

A DAO also offers perfect financial transparency. This is a tantalizing prospect for engaged and frustrated investors alike. The company’s finances are visible on the blockchain to anyone, not just its accounting department. (Of course, there is no accounting department.) Its corporate charter is enshrined in code for all to see.

That’s only the beginning. The software could also be used as a platform for integrity, a trust protocol of sorts, within traditional corporations. Stakeholders could participate in organizational governance directly and regularly, rather than by proxy or once a year at shareholder meetings.

Such an entity could also hire any human being or group via a smart contract on the blockchain, not through an HR department or procurement. Contractors would know the rules and norms for acceptable behavior and achievement in the collaboration, because they would be encoded in work orders and performance metrics. When they completed the job as specified, they could get paid immediately, not weeks or months later.

Stakeholders could receive dividends immediately, too, since real-time transparent accounting on the blockchain would make year-end reports unnecessary. The organization would hum along according to the trust protocols that governed it.

Imagine a global IPO with 100 million shareholders, each contributing a few pennies and voting their shares. That’s governance on a massive scale. At last, investors at the bottom of the pyramid could participate and own shares of a wealth-creating venture anywhere in the world. Anyone could design a corporation without executives—just stakeholders, money, and software.

We are not predicting a future in which there is no need for people in business. Human stewardship will be critical for these new kinds of business to succeed. In fact, in the last few days, surprised (perhaps alarmed) by the staggering success of the crowd-sale, the founders and early investors in the DAO have called for a moratorium on investment proposals for funding by the DAO. Among other things, they worry that bad actors could exploit the DAO to fund undeserving or fraudulent projects, or manipulate the value of tokens at the expense of the DAO as a whole.

So while the DAO code may run itself flawlessly, it is unable (for now) to fix itself in real time. Human problem-solvers can. Time will tell if they will succeed.

We think it is no accident that the DAO’s stated values include democracy and non-exclusion. Time will tell whether it can reach those loftier goals. But if it can, we may finally be able to democratize opportunities for prosperity and wealth. For anyone who cares about the integrity of the organizations that fuel the economy, the DAO is worth a close look as an alternative model of governance, collaboration, and performance.

See you at the live seminars

 

Thomas Prendergast
CEO
Markethive Inc.

 

Thomas Prendergast

Bitcoin: The True Democracy -Do you want the option to turn $50,000 into $3 million?

bcBitcoin: The True Democracy
Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker

Do you want the option to turn $50,000 into $3 million? Wait, and also received $100,000 in private stock in a rising emerging state of the art Market Network, and that $3 million potentially turning into billions within a few years even within one year?

Visionaries, Internet Geniuses, and Network Wizards will be hosting the next webinar where you will understand what the Brexit effect, the Trump effect represent in the economies of 2017 and how you could make a modest investment today and become a multi-millionaire next year.

If you had invested $50,000 into Bitcoin at its beginning you would be worth $4.8 billion today. That was the first wave of what is to become a series of waves each one a bigger wave than the last one.

We are now staring at the next wave. It is right in front of us.

The True Democracy how the Blockchain not only brings wealth to the common man and woman, it also prevents war. Because the blockchain ends usury and usury is needed to finance war. So the blockchain architecture ends the ability to wage war.

Stefan Molyneux (A brilliant and very nice guy) discusses why war becomes obsolete in the decentralized world of the blockchain.

Make sure to join our conferences, you can find the calendar for our meetings in our calendar here.

 

Join our Cybercoin Group here:
https://markethive.com/group/cryptocoin

Thomas Prendergast
Founder and CEO
Markethive Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

Intro Bitcoin Crypto Currency by James Wilfong founder MCC dao

Intro Bitcoin Crypto Currency by James Wilfong
founder MCC dao

The crypto currency revolution is here. Bitcoin, the blockchain, ethereum, and the accelerating trend breakthroughs in new technology destined to change the world and empower the little guy and gals. Are you prepared for the future of decentralized global finance and blockchain governance? If not, well, it is advisable that you get that way quickly, because this global revolution will top anything we have ever seen, including the Internet itself.

If you position yourself ahead of this massive movement, you are in for the ride of your lifetime, and your finances could be where your dreams actually are, and then some. If you wait for the wave to pass, you could find yourself paddling harder than ever just to get to shore.

In the coming weeks, we will be educating you in everything you need to know about this coming wave in order to position yourself just right. As many of you already know, bitcoin began its rise to worldwide disruption in 2008 and rose from just a fraction of a penny to now around $750 each and steadily rising.

Of course, had you invested $5K to $10K in 2009, your investment would have made you worth hundreds of millions of dollars today. Do you think that would have changed your life some?

You may think you have already missed the boat, that the massive wave of higher than high earnings and the opportunity to invest at the forefront of this wave has already passed you by. Fortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. You are exactly where you need to be.

As with the Internet, it has taken some time for the world to grasp the scope and power of cryptocurrency, and for the technology to develop to the point where mainstream use and practical applications are both imminent and far reaching.

Our global financial world is about to take a whole new look and exist on a completely different platform. User friendliness and blockchain apps are now in a position like never before. Cryptocurrency is ready to go mainstream. Are you ready for the ride?

To get you ready, we will begin with an overview of bitcoin, the blockchain, how this all got started and most importantly, for you, where it’s all going. So be diligent and take the time to get educated now so you will be ready for tomorrow. And not only ready conceptually, but ready also to reach your financial dreams on top of the financial tidal wave of your life.

We will begin with some enlightening education about bitcoin itself, which of course, has made many multi-millionaires during its dramatic and turbulent rise to global awareness.

For those who didn’t invest when the time was right, it is almost too painful to think about missing out on opportunities of this magnitude. But like I said at the beginning of this article, the first wave in the set is not the biggest, an even bigger wave is coming in fast.

So take the time and get yourself ready. You will be so happy when your wave comes in and you are on top of it, riding all the way to financial freedom while the worldwide transformation unfolds under your feet. The best wave in cryptocurrency is still yet to come.

Enjoy this first step video and we’ll see you tomorrow as we build up to the big event.

James Wilfong
DAO Admin
MyCryptoWorld DAO

 

Thomas Prendergast

Digital Alchemy: The greatest opportunity is upon us.

Digital Alchemy: The greatest opportunity is upon us.

I turned 39 when I entered the Internet with my Mosaic browser, Macintosh  and experienced html 1.0 for the first time in 1992.

As it was with the Internet, (I was there at the birth) the pundits and critics claimed it was too complicated and would never succeed. It surged forward and changed the world, made many wealthy and laid the foundation for millions of new inventions. It certainly changed my life. I made a few million myself, but was quick to squander it in those early days.

It was at this frontier I built the first self-replicated website, the first online interactive application, the first self-replicating PDF and by 1996 had built the first automated marketing system, which had the first email auto responder, the first of what was called Traffic Portals and the first massive broadcaster (The Hammer) all of which was the foundation of what is known today as Inbound Marketing. I custom built (private labeled) these Automated Marketing “Social Networks” for over 70 MLM companies in the 90s.

Then came Google.

Like Search Engines and “nobody ever envisioned Google would crush Yahoo” and surge forward delivering more technologies and again changed the landscape of business.

I know I was there.

Next was the emerging Social Networks. Pundits claimed they would represent Web 2.0 and change the industry and become a trillion dollar industry and it did. First to claim notoriety was “MySpace” soon to be crushed by heavy weight Facebook. Imagine buying a piece of Facebook back then like Peter Theil did. He dropped $500k into FB and is now worth Billions. LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Youtube all and mush more turned snot nosed visionaries into billionaires.

I know I was there.

My Bitcoin perspective goes way back to the beginning of the Internet. I remember folks saying the Internet was too complicated and would never really amount to anything. Perhaps many of you do as well.

Fast forward to 2009 and the birth of Bitcoin occurred. It had many ups and downs but it surge forward. If you or I had purchased $1000 worth of bitcoin in 2012 at.008 cents per coin, today that purchase would be worth $93 million today, cash, based on the USD.

It is now being projected Bitcoin will reach $1 million, PER COIN! Many experts agree: Raoul Pal (former GLG Global Macro Fund and Goldman Sachs funds manager) thinks Bitcoin could be worth $1,000,000 USD sooner than later.

Raoul Pal

raoul pal

The bitcoin future may be the greatest door to wealth ever.

Only education will direct us in the right direction.

So let us get educated!

Check the calendar for coming events.

Thomas Prendergast
Founder and CEO
Markethive Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

Bitcoin: The True Democracy – Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker

bcBitcoin: The True Democracy
Stefan Molyneux and Jeffrey Tucker

Do you want the option to turn $50,000 into $3 million? Wait, and also received $100,000 in private stock in a rising emerging state of the art Market Network, and that $3 million potentially turning into billions within a few years even within one year?

Visionaries, Internet Geniuses, and Network Wizards will be hosting the next webinar where you will understand what the Brexit effect, the Trump effect represent in the economies of 2017 and how you could make a modest investment today and become a multi-millionaire next year.

If you had invested $50,000 into Bitcoin at its beginning you would be worth $4.8 billion today. That was the first wave of what is to become a series of waves each one a bigger wave than the last one.

We are now staring at the next wave. It is right in front of us.

The True Democracy how the Blockchain not only brings wealth to the common man and woman, it also prevents war. Because the blockchain ends usury and usury is needed to finance war. So the blockchain architecture ends the ability to wage war.

Stefan Molyneux (A brilliant and very nice guy) discusses why war becomes obsolete in the decentralized world of the blockchain.

Make sure to join our conferences, you can find the calendar for our meetings in our calendar here.

 

Join our Cybercoin Group here:
https://markethive.com/group/cryptocoin

Thomas Prendergast
Founder and CEO
Markethive Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

Dear Clinton supporters: Recall wont matter

Dear Clinton supporters: Recall wont matter

News that Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has requested a recount in Wisconsin, and will likely do the same in Michigan and Pennsylvania, has raised faint hopes among Hillary Clinton supporters that somehow Donald Trump will not become the next president of the United States.

Now that Clinton's campaign has said it will participate in the recount efforts, those supporters' hopes have been lifted even higher.

To put the matter bluntly: They should give up that hope.

There is essentially zero chance that the recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania will change Trump's lead, which number in the thousands, not hundreds, in all three states. Trump is winning Wisconsin by a little more than 27,000 votes; his lead in Michigan sits at around 11,000; and his lead in Pennsylvania is insurmountable at over 68,000.

This is not Florida 2000. On Election Night in 2000, George W. Bush held a 1,784 vote lead over Al Gore in Florida's election for president, representing just 0.031 percent of the 5.8 million votes cast in the state. After a recount — which the US Supreme Court halted by a 5-4 vote — Bush ultimately won Florida by 537 votes, securing the presidency. Yet even if the Court had allowed the recount to proceed, the margin would not have swung by much.

This is not Washington 2004, where a recount reversed the result, handing Democrat Christine Gregoire a 129-vote win over Republican Dino Rossi after he initially had a 261-vote lead on election night.

This is not Minnesota 2008, where a recount gave Democrat Al Franken a 225-vote win over Republican Norm Coleman, reversing Coleman's initial lead of 215 votes.

All of these recounts had one significant fact in common: the margin of victory was in the hundreds, not thousands. And the shifts in vote totals after the recounts were very small.

In the past 15 years, a statewide recount has reversed the winner from the election-night tally only three times — in the Washington 2004 governor's race (a 390-vote shift), the 2008 Minnesota US Senate race (a 440-vote shift), and a 2006 election in Vermont for Auditor of Accounts, which initially had a 137-vote margin on election night that changed to a 102-vote win for the other candidate after the recount (a 239-vote change).

FairVote, a nonpartisan organization that advocates for electoral reform, found that from 2000-2012 there were only 22 statewide recounts across the country, and the average shift in those recounts was just 0.026%.

But, a Clinton supporter might say, what if the machines were hacked? What if the election was actually rigged? It is an ironic sentiment given that Trump was the one claiming widespread election rigging before the election and Clinton supporters blasted Trump for refusing to say whether he would honor the results.

Irony aside, there is simply no evidence of election hacking, as Clinton's top lawyer, Marc Elias, himself conceded. Of course, now that Stein has begun the process, it is perfectly reasonable for Clinton and her lawyers to stay involved. But her supporters should not take that fact as a sign that the election is still in question.

Prolonging the campaign by seeking a recount breeds unwarranted doubt about the legitimacy of our elections — without any real evidence to back it up. Our democratic system relies on everyone accepting the result. That legitimacy suffers when mere speculation calls the result into question with little evidence of rigging and Electoral College vote totals that decisively determine a winner.

Moreover, all of this talk of recounts and election rigging obscures the more important fact about our elections: We impose too many obstacles on voters for no good reason. We need to work harder to eliminate onerous voting laws and make voting easier, not focus on long-shot recounts that provide only false hope. For instance, this recount effort does nothing to address issues surrounding Wisconsin's controversial voter ID statute, which improperly prevented some people from voting.

While Stein's futile recount effort should give no solace to Clinton supporters, there is a silver lining to the current debate: It might finally prompt Congress and state legislatures to devote greater resources to election technology.

We desperately need better voting equipment and stronger post-Election Day audits. Going into this election, experts warned about the woefully out-of-date equipment that most states use. Indeed, old machines — especially if they do not allow for a paper trail — raise the possibility, however small, of election hacking. Old machines can lead to long lines, lost votes, and other Election Day problems.

Updated voting technology can increase turnout by making voting easier. As just one example, Doña Ana County, New Mexico uses Voting Convenience Centers instead of precinct-based polling places, meaning that anyone in the county can vote at any of the 40 centers instead of having to go to their assigned home precinct. This makes it easier to vote near work or school and eliminates the possibility of having to vote via a provisional ballot — which could potentially not count — if a voter shows up at the wrong place.

This system shows that improved technology can both enhance the integrity of our election system — a standard Republican talking point — and also make voting more accessible to more people, thereby increasing the electorate — something Democrats usually strive to achieve.

The recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania will do nothing to assuage the fears of Clinton supporters who recoil at the thought of a Trump presidency. But at a minimum, they should force politicians on all sides to re-examine how we run our elections.

Like it or not, Donald Trump will become our next president. Hopefully, when he runs for re-election in four years, we will have a stronger election system that makes voting easier, more convenient and accessible, less susceptible to manipulation, and more easily verifiable. That's the closest to a "win" that Clinton and her supporters can expect.

Reprinted From CNN

Thomas Prendergast
 

 

Thomas Prendergast

Blockchain opens 10 millionth bitcoin wallet after Brexit and Trump boost

fb thumbBlockchain opens 10 millionth bitcoin wallet after Brexit and Trump boost

London-based bitcoin wallet provider Blockchain has opened its 10 millionth digital wallet.

It comes almost two weeks after the company's cofounder and CEO Peter Smith told Business Insider the company would "pretty easily" have its biggest ever month for activity in November, following a surge in use after Donald Trump's shock election victory in the US.

He told BI shortly after the election: "People are basically hedging against economic instability. It's a worrying time to be holding a lot of British pound or if you're America — people flee to safe haven assets. Bitcoin is one of those."

Smith says in an emailed statement on Wednesday: "Hitting this milestone at this particular moment isn’t a coincidence. In the wake of the Brexit vote, the US Presidential election and a weakening Yuan, we have seen unprecedented levels of activity and transaction on our platform, which further suggests that people are embracing the need for a more globally accessible currency system, and one that does not exclude over one-third of the world’s population.

"We are excited to play such an important role in powering the world’s shift to a more open, fair and accessible financial system."

Blockchain lets people download software onto their computer that lets them open a digital wallet to store cryptocurrency bitcoin. The wallet, which lets people store their own bitcoin rather than hold it with Blockchain, can also be used to pay for things using bitcoin.

Blockchain employs around 25 people in London but also has offices in Luxembourg and New York. The company is the world's biggest provider of digital wallets for bitcoin, with over 50% market share, and processes over 150,000 transactions a day on average. It has raised over $30 million (£23.9 million) to date.

Original article found here:

businessinsider.com

BY

Thomas Prendergast

Get your House in Order

Get Ready for the economic revival tsunami!

12 years ago I owned a home in La Jolla, had 4 cars (BMWs and a Jeep) a yacht, 4 companies and a 7 figure income. And then it slowly started collapsing, higher regulations, deeper debt, etc. Then the housing crash, etc. Obama took over, huge spending and great corruption. Bottom line, right now I have nothing but one new ready to launch company (Markethive). All debt gone but all income gone too. I am just hanging in there.
 
Now Trump arrives and I am more than hopeful. I am cleaning the rain gutters, digging the irrigation ditches deeper and restoring the reservoir dams.
 
Do you know why I say that?
 
It is the prophesied revival, the biggest renaissance in human history. The Rise of the Entrepreneur I have been preparing for over 20 years. (I am a bit of a prophet myself)
 
Reagan was only the foreshadowing of this event. It is during this revival Israel becomes the biggest energy country in history and a giant economic engine. (America is just an extension of Israel)
 
It is during this time the true Jews are restored to their home (hint: they aint white).
 
Trump is prophetic, even his name suggests that. He has already torn the deceptive veil back to reveal to the world the depth of corruption at hand.
 
We are on the cusp of an amazing economic nuclear explosion. Get your house in order!
 
Thomas Prendergast
CEO
Markethive Inc.

Thomas Prendergast

How to Write an eBook (Blog) Quickly

tbnlHow to Write an eBook (Blog) Quickly

Entrepreneurs are busy people. Many of us do realize the importance of business of writing and publishing an ebook, but we simply feel we don’t have the time to write a book, especially if you are already producing a lot of content with our blog(s).

I can think of many types of books you can write fast—especially by blogging them—and turn them into short ebooks. I am an active blogger as you probably know by the volume I produce in Markethive.

Case in point (and feel free to swipe them and make your own Ebook. An eBook on Inbound marketing.

  1. Inbound Marketing Explained and Compared link: https://markethive.com/group/marketingdept/blog/inbound-marketing-explained-and-compared
  2. Get Found using Inbound Marketing link: https://markethive.com/group/marketingdept/blog/get-found-using-inbound-marketing
  3. Inbound Marketing For Dummies link: https://markethive.com/group/marketingdept/blog/inbound-marketing-for-dummies
  4. How Inbound Marketing and Social Media complement each other.Link: https://markethive.com/group/linksomatic/blog/how-inbound-marketing-and-social-media-compliment-each-other
  5. MarketHive has launched the first fully outfitted advanced Inbound Marketing systemlink: https://markethive.com/group/marketingdept/blog/markethive-has-launched-the-first-fully-outfitted-advanced-inbound-marketing-system

The same can be done for email, social marketing, SEO, etc. utilizing my and others who allow swiping in Markethive. You see, you have no excuse.

Short ebooks can be anywhere from 15 to 100 manuscript pages in length. The completed book might be between 4,000-35,000 words long. This is, indeed a short book you write fast.

Create a content plan for you short ebook, and then don’t make more work for yourself than necessary. Keep your chapters short. Don’t write more than necessary. Blog your book, or write it as if you were blogging it; sit down each day and write 500 words. Then make each chapter 1,500-2,500 words long, for example. Each chapter will consist of 3-5 blog posts (each averaging 500 words). If you have 10 chapters, you’ll end up with a 15,000-25,000 word book.

Even use a transcription service. The one I use requires Chrome to work. Link: https://transcribe.wreally.com/app

Perhaps you have a Youtube video you want to transcribe, or you can easily narrate with a microphone like I do. Even transcribe live events.

Whatever word processing program you use, keep an eye on your word count so you don’t overwrite. Remember: You are writing a short ebook fast.

Let’s take a look at the seven types of short books you might consider writing or blogging.

The point is the options are endless.

Need an eBook cover design? Here are plenty of topics just on the ebook cover design:

  1. 15 Ebook Covers: Success and Failure in the Kindle Store link: https://www.thebookdesigner.com/2010/12/15-ebook-covers-success-and-failure-in-the-kindle-store/
  2. WE MAKE BOOKS AWESOME link: https://damonza.com/
  3. SELL MORE BOOKS WITH A STUNNING COVERlink: https://ebooklaunch.com/ebook-cover-design/

 

Here are a few Ebook software programs

  1. Book Cover Maker – Create Your Own 3D eBook Cover Online link: https://www.myecovermaker.com/
  2. Free Online Book Cover Maker by Canva link: https://www.canva.com/create/book-covers/
  3. Free Ebook Cover Creator – Adazing link: http://www.adazing.com/cover-mocks/

By employing one of these seven short-book structures, you’ll write or blog your book fast. You’ll then be ready to get it edited, have a cover designed, and convert it into an ebook format. Before you know it, you’ll be using your short ebook (and maybe even a printed book, too) to promote yourself and your business.

Video support:

How To Publish A Kindle eBook Today On Amazon

Fast and Easy eBook Template in Word

Create Stunning eBooks & Lead Magnets In 30 Seconds

link: https://go.designrr.io/homepage9790970?utm_campaign=ebook&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube

Many ebook publishers (and this could easily be you) make $200 or more per day selling their story, their knowledge, etc. in a ebook format. Combined with the viral and marketing power of Markethive many of you will learn how to produce a yearly income in excess of $70,000 a year.

What would that mean for you? It would give you the needed revenue to build additional businesses, right? After all we are entrepreneurs!

 

Thomas Prendergast
CEO
Markethive inc.

Thomas Prendergast

The Quest for Greatness

I (we) are pursuing funding for Markethive. It is a long and winding road. In this quest, we have met very innovative amazing people. Case in point James Wilfong a partner owner of an upcoming crypto coin company called MyCryptoWorld has an amazing system that is to the Crypto Coin market as Markethive is to the Inbound Marketing world.

The friendships between MyCryptoWorld, Markethive and Greenfire is growing and is opening up some amazing possibilities. This is what we are talking about this Sunday.

Thomas Prendergast

The Artist that came out of the Winter