An inherent property of asymmetric cryptography is that it supports billions, trillions, quindecillion, accounts by johan-nygren
The internet is weak, yet we keep ignoring that fact. Which is why I believe it's time to reconsider the potential of mesh networking, and make mesh networks a reality. Not just because of their obvious benefits, but also because it provides an internet-native model for building community and governance.
Global Networked Labour Union, GNUnion - One Big Mesh Network (gnunion.wordpress.com) is the released 1.0 Beta version of new generation, free to join, borderless worker self-organisation, a work in progress. The 'code' of the network is free, GNUnion is aimed to be build by and for all the involved peers who has to sell their labour... Continue reading ...
Thoughts on P2P production and deployment of physical objects
It's exciting to see so much interest of late in the Darknet Plan hatched by redditors to build a second, people-owned, censorship-free Internet using a large-scale wireless mesh network. Freedom of speech on the Internet is an important issue and it's important for all of us to take it seriously. Additionally, as someone who thinks wireless networks are the bee's knees (and who does research on wireless networks in his day job), it's exciting to see so much interest in using wireless to circumvent censorship.