Distributed Everything


What surveillance has to do with Starbucks and why everyone should learn to code. Before you dismiss the idea: What if you could read, but not write, listen, but not speak. That’s pretty close to how most of us are using computers and the internet. It’s a bit of a rant that I’m recommending here, but at its core it has a very valid wake-up call: «We’re not going to get through this by pushing buttons on centralized services. If you want to use the Internet in 2013, you need to pick up some tech skills.» (The article has been deleted from Medium where it was published, but it can still be found if you follow the link and search for “Subject: [ExI] Distributed Everything”)

From Weekly Filet #119, in July 2013. More on: #

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