Mix Irving: Protozoa is a tech coop, and we write open source code. This is a little bit about what that means, and how open source is the foundation on which we’re building an aspirational future. I recently published a new feature for Patchbay — an open source project I maintain. It allows you to easily @-mention... Continue reading →
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° Introduction A hacker needs to have an idea where he/she wants to go. Therefore I started to outline when invited to @ZK/U Berlin a scenario of the Open Source Circular City to inspire hacking for it. Why? There is not only one way to a circular city and more than just one potential... Continue reading →
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The following by J.Z. Garrod is reposted from TripleC, where the full PDF is available. Abstract Although it is still in early stages, many commentators have been quick to note the revolutionary potential of next-generation or Bitcoin 2.0 technology. While some have expressed fear that the widespread application of these technologies may engender the rise... Continue reading →
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This post by Mark Boas was originally published on maboa.it This year I found myself more “available” than previous years and decided to commit to being a “Space Wrangler” for this year’s Mozilla Festival. I was warned that it was a fairly heavy commitment, however so far it’s been great. Commitments don’t seem to be... Continue reading →