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Dat Installer Show more

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added some perks to a very simple test of p2p web

dat://fc42b5b51d9f1f20cf6c86e6a276ab6711b379ddd638b1c86817d3240057145c

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me if there was no Internet
(from Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights)

"Why We Need Private Web Archives: Almost Two-Thirds of Web Traffic IS NOT Publicly Archivable"

ws-dl.blogspot.com/2018/07/201

also notes from a skillshare event hosted by the Distributed Web of Care initiative, by Jarret Bryan

"Learning About Dat Protocol and Decentralization"

dev.to/jaybeekeeper/learning-a

dat class (work in progress) by the lovely folks at Distributed Web of Care
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dat://514e1a8629a5d50d9d16caba665d235f13293198a21af783ff16c86a1dd6f48a
github.com/tchoi8/distributedw

for dat appreciators Show more

'hypercast is a tool for broadcasting live peer-to-peer video streams to dat:// enabled web browsers such as Beaker Browser'

github.com/louiscenter/hyperca

gender binary and algorithms, intersectionality approach Show more

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The most sensible thing I've read on machine learning in quite a while.

'...it’s false to think that data is ever “raw”...' - Machine Learning Harrassment, Caroline Sinders

xyz.informationactivism.org/en

great reading on demythologizing some technological & mathematical fetishes Show more

great reading on demythologizing some technological & mathematical fetishes Show more

great reading on demythologizing some technological & mathematical fetishes Show more

great reading on demythologizing some technological & mathematical fetishes Show more

latest issue of Logic magazine Show more

latest issue of Logic magazine Show more

latest issue of Logic magazine Show more

strong disagree here, personal data is not a commodity, and frankly these tentative frameworks to ameliorate capitalism still keeping it are sickening

technologyreview.com/s/611480/