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Posted by salman on 6/10/2019, 8:46:42 PM
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, 8:42:46 PM
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 6/10/2019, 8:38:04 PM
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 6/10/2019, 5:44:27 PM

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

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Posted by salman on 6/10/2019, 5:40:25 PM

tl;dr: It would be too easy to flood a personal server with too much functionality.

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Posted by salman on 6/10/2019, 5:30:49 PM
A discussion of safety issues. (Placeholder)
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Tim Sweeney and Kim Libreri of Epic Games talked to GamesBeat's Dean Takahashi about the company's GDC 2019 announcements.
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How Hackers and Scammers Break into iCloud-Locked iPhones - Motherboard   By: ()
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"On an individual basis... data is useless, and worthless. But ...the value of your data combined with everyone else’s is immeasurable.
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As Facebook turns 15, the social network and other companies don’t need your personal information — or your permission — to determine exactly who you are and what you’ll do next.
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