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2020/10/23 01:35

Three Trends Killing Web Privacy and Decentralization

The decentralized design of the web gives it the potential to be more privacy-preserving than any other system. Yet, there are long-range threats at play.

2020/10/18 21:26

A Day in the Life of the Splinternet

Cypherpunk historian Finn Brunton imagines a future where there are many internets, each making demands on your attention.

2020/10/03 20:00

The Digital Archipelago: How to Build an Internet Where Communities Thrive

Technology exists to serve people. Today, the situation is nearly reversed. Each of us is just propping up an engagement graph somewhere.

2020/10/02 04:56

Self-Sovereign Identity Will Reshape the Internet (if You Use It)

From shopping to passwords, how our experience of the internet could change if we control access to our digital identity.

2020/10/01 02:42

What Happens if Big Tech Only Gets Bigger?

Amy Webb, a quantitative futurist, thinks Big Tech is only going to get bigger and more powerful.

2020/09/30 03:08

Crypto Co-ops and Game Theory: Why the Internet Must Learn to Collaborate to Survive

As the internet shifts to the open, decentralized standards of Web 3.0, can we find a balance between competition and cooperation?

2020/09/25 01:12

A New Era of Media Begins With Tokenization

Substack alone won't save publishing: The future of online content is where "money legos," communities and media meet.

2020/09/22 02:37

‘We Blew It.’ Douglas Rushkoff’s Take on the Future of the Web

Douglas Rushkoff is a futurist and early cypherpunk. His early writings on the internet paved the way for thinking about the web in revolutionary terms. What's changed?

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