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Decentralized, Part 2

This is a continuation to a previous blog post about decentralization.
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Decentralized

Announcing my new blog content summary, and more thoughts about decentralization.
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Indieweb frustrations

After reading Downes’s critique, I understand now that a big part of my problem with IndieWeb is their concept of a post.
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Gaps

Know more, or convince this audience?
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Dependence

Stephen Downes’s talk “about a way to redefine ethics” contains a lot that sounds plausible to me. In particular, I liked this: “we learn ethics, but we learn them in such a way that we feel or experience a moral sense, rather than fully formed general principles” (slide 70)
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#EL30 Week 4: The same

One meaning of ‘identity’ is just ‘the same’. If I am a user who has never logged in into a certain server, a ‘cookie’ just tells the server that I am the same one who visited the site before. Nobody knows my name at this time.
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#EL30 Week 1 From documents to data

Documents to data — for me, this is not an easy farewell. The addressability, manageability, and transparency of the document files and webpages is lost — and with it a certain level of autonomy/ majority. So, yes, decentralization becomes more important.
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#EL30 A lot to decentralize

It seems there is still much legacy from centrality …
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