Stephen E. Arnold: No Internet? No Problem. Well, Maybe a Small Almost Insignificant Hurdle

No Internet? No Problem. Well, Maybe a Small Almost Insignificant Hurdle The Internet is an essential tool for modern life, but not everyone in the United States has ready access to broadband services. The US is one of the world’s most developed countries, so how many of its citizens cannot get online? In 2020, the …

Robert Steele: Opening Message for Web 3.0 Informal Steering Group

https://web3-0.org/ is now operational. The webmaster is installing classic word press ( I hate block form), and then I will get to work loading stuff including videos and past posts crossed over from my web 3.0 collection at https://phibetaiota.net. I got a lovely, brilliant interview with Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton today viewable here. The protocol …

Worth a Look: Is Freedom Box a Web 3.0 Building Block?

Run your digital services from your home. FreedomBox is a private server for non-experts: it lets you install and configure server applications with only a few clicks. It runs on cheap hardware of your choice, uses your internet connection and power, and is under your control.  https://www.freedombox.org/

Steven Vervaecke: Holochain Second Look

Previously listed in my post Decentralized Technologies and Tools as Web 3.0 Resources I am thinking Holochain merits a closer second look as a foundational element with a peer-to-peer ethos. “After the blockchain, Scalable distributed apps with data integrity.”