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What's Web 3 Again?
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A Quick Plug
Katherine Druckman and Doc Searls talk to James Walker of Fission about building the decentralized web, decentralized identity, IPFS, and empowering users.
We had the pleasure of speaking with James Walker of Fission, a decentralized web platform, about decentralization, IPFS, and his long history with digital identity.
James is an old friend of ours, and is a kindred spirit who values user agency as much as we do. For him that means designing standards and protocols that help to ultimately empower users, and we were inspired to learn of the work he’s doing. We hope you enjoy it as well!
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More From Fission
Fission CTO, Brooklyn Zelenka, presented this fantastic overview of Web 3 recently, and it’s well worth a look. She packs a lot of knowledge into a quick presentation.
This Week’s Reading List
Build the future of web apps at the edge – Fission — Cloud native stacks won't deliver the future We're building the data, auth & compute primitives that enable true local-first edge applications. But we don’t get to the future alone. Our edge computing stack is already embedded into leading protocols, platforms and products.
Beyond the Web. Answer these questions: | by Doc Searls | Mar, 2022 | Medium — Why are the choices presented to you by websites called your choices, when all those choices are provided by them? And why don’t you give them choices?
Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter. Here's what we know | AP News — In 10 days, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has gone from popular Twitter contributor and critic to the company’s largest individual shareholder to a would-be owner of the social platform — a whirlwind of activity that could change the service dramatically given the sometimes whimsical billionaire’s self-identification as a free-speech absolutist.
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