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GitHub - infominer33/awesome-decentralized-id: Decentralized, Self-Sovereign, and Blockchain Identity resources
Much appreciation for WebOfTrustInfo and the blockchain-identity repositories, to which this document is indebted. This is a skeleton, around which I will fill some background information; highlight the chosen resources; rearrange things a bit, and provide some justification for its layout. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  decentralized  link  list 
yesterday by ChristopherA
Beyond Latency: How the Edge Could Transform Interconnection
In recent years, the emergence of software-defined networking has provided network capacity that can be configured through a web portal, dramatically simplifying the way data center customers manage their connectivity. SDN figures to be a key component of edge for both the colo operators and wireless networks.

Will mobile network operators embrace multi-tenant infrastructure at the edge? What kind of revenue will edge colocation and interconnection create? How fast will these ecosystems develop and grow? Do current business models in core Internet markets offer insights into economics at the edge? The next three to five years will provide answers to these questions.

“These are really exciting times,” said Pouchet. “There’s opportunity for new business models.”
edgeComputing  edge  decentralized 
yesterday by euler
Remote data access is hard, need lobste.rs help! | Lobste.rs
even quad weighs in on some low-cost options!
"What we need is a way to provide some type of data access (even if it’s just periodic) to these people for a mobile app or a desktop app. Email is also a bonus but not necessarily needed. All we really need at the base of it is the ability to remotely sync records that the user has submitted on their phone or in our desktop app on their laptop. We’ve dabbled with SMS, but some of these records are just too large and complex for SMS.

The overarching context of this is disease surveillance. We need to know when for instance a case or cases of Ebola have been reported in a remote village as quickly as possible. "
radio  networking  lobsters  discussion  decentralized  internet 
2 days ago by mechazoidal
Decentraland - A decentralized virtual world that runs on open standards
Decentraland is a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain. Users can create, experience, and monetize their content and applications
virtual_reality  decentralized 
3 days ago by adrian.fita
Dweb: Decentralised, Real-Time, Interoperable Communication with Matrix - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
What is Matrix?

Matrix is an open standard for interoperable, decentralised, real-time communication over the Internet. It provides a standard HTTP API for publishing and subscribing to real-time data in specified channels, which means it can be used to power Instant Messaging, VoIP/WebRTC signalling, Internet of Things communication, and anything else that can be expressed as JSON and needs to be transmitted in real-time over HTTP. The most common use of Matrix today is as an Instant Messaging platform.
dweb  matrix  decentralized 
4 days ago by euler
Dweb: Building Cooperation and Trust into the Web with IPFS - Mozilla Hacks - the Web developer blog
We’re a team of people all over the world working on IPFS, an implementation of the distributed web that seeks to replace HTTP with a new protocol that is powered by individuals on the internet. The goal of IPFS is to “re-decentralize” the web by replacing the location-oriented HTTP with a content-oriented protocol that does not require trust of third parties. This allows for websites and web apps to be “served” by any computer on the internet with IPFS support, without requiring servers to be run by the original content creator. IPFS and the distributed web unmoor information from physical location and singular distribution, ultimately creating a more affordable, equal, available, faster, and less censorable web.
dweb  IPFS  decentralized 
5 days ago by euler
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.11
Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) are a new type of identifier for verifiable, "self-sovereign" digital identity. DIDs are fully under the control of the DID subject, independent from any centralized registry, identity provider, or certificate authority. DIDs are URLs that relate a DID subject to means for trustable interactions with that subject. DIDs resolve to DID Documents — simple documents that describe how to use that specific DID. Each DID Document contains at least three things: cryptographic material, authentication suites, and service endpoints. Cryptographic material combined with authentication suites provide a set of mechanisms to authenticate as the DID subject (e.g., public keys, pseudonymous biometric protocols, etc.). Service endpoints enable trusted interactions with the DID subject.
dweb  identity  decentralized 
6 days ago by euler
Write Freely
Write Freely is free and open source software for starting a minimalist, federated blog — or an entire community.
blog  federation  decentralized 
6 days ago by euler
Twitter
RT : The of power apparent in the Indian ₹ highlighted the need for a Web…
decentralized  centralization  demonetization  from twitter
9 days ago by jimpick
Twitter
The of power apparent in the Indian ₹ highlighted the need for a Web…
centralization  decentralized  demonetization  from twitter_favs
9 days ago by dietrich
The SAFE Network | Building the new decentralised Internet
The SAFE Network is the world’s first autonomous data and communications network. Built to provide Safe Access For Everyone!
p2p  blockchain  secure  network  distributed  decentralized 
13 days ago by gilberto5757
Dark Crystal
is a decentralised peer-to-peer app, meaning you exchange shards directly with your friends. No data is sent through a central server. It even works when you're not connected to the internet.
security  decentralized 
14 days ago by Z303

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