Have You Joined the Fediverse?

This post will be somewhat different, as it doesn’t concern the “dark web,” but it is an alternative network of sorts. If the term “fediverse” doesn’t sound familiar, then allow me to quote the definition from LinuxReviews, because that covers it pretty well:

What’s This? A New Internet?

Those of you who are regular readers here know that privacy is one of my many concerns. Heck, that’s one of the reasons why I’m still on the dark web. Thus, I was pleased to hear that Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web as we know it, is starting a new “internet” […]

Blockstack: A Decentralized Internet?

Given that I’m interested in alternative networks and/or browsers, I was immediately intrigued when I heard aboutĀ Blockstack, which its developers describe as “a new internet for decentralized apps.” Blockstack uses the application layer of the traditional internet (the one you use every day, in other words), and offers tools for decentralized storage, authentication, and identity. […]