Paul Lindner is a user on social.coop. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse.

Fantastic performance tonight in San Francisco by @dessadarling@twitter.com She's a fabulous performer and member of Doomtree Collective.

Here's a thoughtful interview from 2015 about Doomtree's unique path to success.

minnesotabusiness.com/dessa-ce

is a personal archiving solution that you run on your own hardware/cloud instance. It also running on

opencollective.com/perkeep

Reading "The World of Knowbots" from "The Digital Library Project". circa 1988
cnri.reston.va.us/kahn-cerf-88

Thievery Corporation's Treasure from the Temple is on Resonate Coop:

Click through from thieverycorporation.com/treasu

Give it some mutual aid :) If you're a member it's a good album, if you're not a member plz sign up!

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The French government plans Matrix-based e2e encrypted communication across all entities by forking @RiotChat:@twitter.com clearly the way to go! :) twitter.com/nextinpact/status/

If you want to enable a new kind of Internet I suggest you get yourself to the 2018 at the @internetarchive

The 2016 event was a watershed moment. Both @matrixdotorg and @ipfsbot launched there amidst a rich tapestry of technology, philosophy, ethics, and activism.

I'm going to work with my IA friends to make sure that more will be on offer. In 2016 Maira Sutton from Shareable was there, hoping for a lot more.

Sign up at decentralizedweb.net/

On birdsite people looking for a certain neoliberal mistakenly @ me. Looking for a good way to respond... Any Die Linke folks here who want to help with some good snark?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christia

Everything in our world will soon be technology-mediated. @anildash offers some wisdom on how we can make these changes in a net-positive way. Recommended.

linkedin.com/pulse/12-things-e

It was a blistering July day in Las Vegas, with temps hitting 109. Inside the SIGGRAPH 91 convention hall Yello's Rubberbandman looped on the speakers. On each chair: a red/green paddle.

I was a student volunteer, stamping the finest hands in Computer Graphics. Those hands (and my own) each controlled those paddles. Then 5000 people looked up and saw a Pong Game appear on the screen.

And then.. the machine started playing us.

1500wordmtu.com/2018/when-pong social.coop/media/kxe5tqN-Bw_L

Surprised no one has mentioned the RChain / Resonate announcement yet. Two coops cooperating. Really interested in seeing what results.

resonate.is/rchain-partnership

Heard a CashCall radio ad to refinance and “buy the bitcoin dip”. Shades of 1999 when our WaMu loan officer told us invest our down payment...

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@lindner I want that too. Key is making the model compatible with investment, and making a co-op structure that allows for the very fast material decisions that startups need. But all of that is possible! Co-operative structures can have very productive, fast management hierarchies while remaining accountable to their members and there are many positive business use cases.

Someone posted the 2016 talk by @aparrish a few days ago here. I found it to be one of the better ways of illustrating concepts.

Software is really just Variety Attenuation (The Law of and Requisite Variety). And the complexity of your model has to reflect the system under control. (Good Regulator Theorem)

opentranscripts.org/transcript

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Imagine a github for

brainstorm features....

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Since I'm on a roll with unpopular opinions these days...

When it comes to privacy and safety, people in your community, friends, family, mates - those are the ones who are interested in violating your privacy.

Victims usually know their rapists and murderers.

Friends-admining-for-friends-and-family is the WORST model there is for user privacy and safety. Hands down. The worst.

If safety is a goal, people should either run software themselves or be a needle in a well run megacorp haystack.