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Some rad person wrote a plugin for @Nextclouders@twitter.com to use IPFS as external storage.
I wrote a summary of where we're at in achieving browser-to-browser communication with IPFS.
Slow but steady progress towards true user agency.
We're making significant progress on a distributed web...
Putting you in control of your online experience by integrating IPFS into web browsers.
If you use Google Docs/Drive, you're letting Google not only spy on what you write, but giving permission for them to distribute it publicly.
A much more private alternative is CryptPad, where no one except you can see what you write:
These are hardware kill switches.
Not a webcam cover. Not software disabled Wi-Fi. Kill switch.
Laptops should have these.
Stories like this one from @arstechnica are not unusual:
That's why Purism takes the digital supply chain so seriously. Read about our efforts to protect the digital supply chain here:
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