Running a website in the early years of the web was a scary business. The web was an evolving medium, and people were finding new uses for it almost every day. From book stores to online auctions, the web was an expanding universe of new possibilities.
Wenn via Machine Learning (ML) Entscheidungen getroffen und Vorhersagen gemacht werden, ist der Weg dahin in der Regel intransparent. Doch dieses Blackbox-Verhalten lässt sich zumindest teilweise transparenter machen.
Sequoia: A New OpenPGP Implementation in Rust
Learn how to stop worrying and love error handling in Go. Author of Overmind and imgproxy describes his journey through all five stages of Kübler-Ross model—from denial to acceptance—as he went deeper into the language, and shares his favorite patterns for dealing with errors in Go code.
Free Software Messiah Richard Stallman: We Can Do Better Than Bitcoin
"Was wäre, wenn...": Die TR-Redaktion lässt in ihrer Science Fiction-Rubrik ihrer Kreativität freien Lauf und denkt technologische Entwicklungen in kurzen Storys weiter.
The Snowden Legacy, part one: What’s changed, really?
In our two-part series, Ars looks at what Snowden's disclosures have wrought politically and institutionally.
Since 2005, the P2P Foundation has been researching, cataloging and advocating for the potential of P2P and Commons-based approaches to societal and consciousness change.
Qubes OS is a security-focused operating system that, as tech editor Kyle Rankin puts it, "is fundamentally different from any other Linux desktop I've used". Join us this weekend in reading Kyle's multi-part series on all things Qubes
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ein Plädoyer für Matrix und eine Diskussion darüber und XMPP
Scuttlebutt is slang for gossip, particularly among sailors. It is also the name of a peer-to-peer system ideal for social graphs, identity and messaging. Scuttlebutt was created by Dominic Tarr, a Node.js developer with more than 600 modules published on npm, who lives on a self-steering sailboat in New Zealand.
This post is written by André Staltz, who has written extensively on the fate of the web in the face of mass digital migration to corporate social networks, and is a core contributor to the Scuttlebutt project.
Serverless Best Practices. Within the community we’ve been debating the best practices for many years, but there are a few that have been relatively accepted for most of that time.
Zusammenfassung: Wie der Staat den Umgang mit Zero-Day-Schwachstellen regeln sollte