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Posted by salman on 6/10/2019
A theoretical framework for dis-aggregating the web services stack and separating front end apps from back-end servers (databases, files, permissioning).
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Posted by salman on 6/10/2019
tl;dr Blockchains are centralised in some fundamental way – the web is fundamentally decentralised.  (Part of a series of posts.)
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Posted by salman on 6/9/2019
Defining data freedom and the .json manifest that goes with it.
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Posted by salman on 6/1/2019
This post is an introduction to the  personal server paradigm, and the first of multiple posts related to freezr.info.
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Posted by salman on 3/14/2019
tl;dr: It would be too easy to flood a personal server with too much functionality.(Placeholder)
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Posted by salman on 3/14/2019
A discussion of safety issues. (Placeholder)
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Posted by salman on 3/14/2019

tl;dr: Escaping the straitjackets of RDF towards the net new vocabulary (using "#" and "@")

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This is a placeholder for a post - part of a series: https://www.salmanff.com/ppage/2019-a-server-for-every-soul

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Posted by salman on 8/26/2018
When Cary Welch was a young man, he spent much time in the Islamic and Asian wings of museums. As he recounted many years later, this was not necessarily because he was more attracted to that type of art, but because fewer people visited those sections, and so he could immerse himself in the beauty of the art, unencumbered by the hordes who hurriedly bustled in and out of the well-trodden sections of the museum. He could sit there at peace, contemplating these masterpieces, sometimes soaking in the intricacies of a minor detail, and at times, pondering the spirit of the composition as a whole.
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