New episode of @librelounge out about Datashards, a project @emacsen and I have been working on for secure, collaborative, decentralized storage primitives for the web. https://librelounge.org/episodes/26-announcing-datashards.html
Datashards is inspired by Tahoe-LAFS and Freenet, but generalized. If you remember the Spritely Magenc/Crystal/Golem secure storage/distribution demos, Datashards grew out of all that!
Why does all #nyc coffee taste like soap
I don't get a lot of internet arguments. There's a certain category of arguing where neither side has a core position they argue for, and are just bickering over a single fact they disagree on. Pure noise. Wish it was easy to identify and filter so I can get to the productive stuff.
Oh noes, I'm advocating for censorship in order to improve online discourse.
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