@anaulin is on social.coop. Welcome!
Episode 022 - Transforming Technology, Part 1
In which we begin a three-part series on Andrew Feenberg's 2002 book: "Transforming Technology".
This book "rethinks the relationships between technology, rationality, and democracy, arguing that the degradation of labor--as well as of many environmental, educational, and political systems--is rooted in the social values that preside over technological development."
No recos, so did a random sample of registrars of .coop domains until my IP got banned. Most are using https://domains.coop
Sent them a request, response:
"""With regards to our organisation, we are neither a worker or consumer coop. We are cooperatively owned by the ICA and NCBA respectively. """
Looks limited for what I want to do...
Looks like social.coop went straight to gandhi.net
#dwebsummit with Toronto Mesh running ipfs, secure scuttlebutt and cjdns on a librerouter
Wrote up some thoughts on Mastodon Content Recommendations.
_So before this gets unleashed on the world please do your research and study the available literature. Get experts to review it and listen to the people that have been doing this for a long time. You can then avoid repeating the mistakes of the past._
[Also using Webmentions to post to my site and syndicate to github is pretty darn cool..]
Standards are documentation, not legislation. They explain how to make your code do the same thing as mine. Sadly, we write them in an imperative voice, and don't explain how we chose them. Alex has more to say: https://infrequently.org/2018/06/effective-standards-work-part-1-the-lay-of-the-land/ #indieweb #microformats
I don't know much about co-ops and education. But this is an interesting development:
Wired UK with some good coverage of the #platformcoop movement including @resonatecoop
Fantastic performance tonight in San Francisco by @firstname.lastname@example.org She's a fabulous performer and member of Doomtree Collective.
Here's a thoughtful interview from 2015 about Doomtree's unique path to success.
Perkeep video/slides up from LinuxFest Northwest.
via @email@example.com https://twitter.com/bradfitz/status/991501673892691968
Reading "The World of Knowbots" from "The Digital Library Project". circa 1988
Thievery Corporation's Treasure from the Temple is on Resonate Coop:
Click through from https://thieverycorporation.com/treasures/
Give it some mutual aid :) If you're a member it's a good album, if you're not a member plz sign up!
The French government plans Matrix-based e2e encrypted communication across all entities by forking @RiotChat:@twitter.com clearly the way to go! :) https://twitter.com/nextinpact/status/984807947409608704
If you want to enable a new kind of Internet I suggest you get yourself to the 2018 #DWebSummit 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 #platformcoop will be on offer. In 2016 Maira Sutton from Shareable was there, hoping for a lot more.
Sign up at https://decentralizedweb.net/
Trap my contacts? If only... (2010)
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?
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