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  • Why the SAFE Network Matters

    The Internet is broken, but a revolutionary technology that could fix it is coming.

    by Daniel Morgan

    The way data moves on the Internet hasn’t really changed in decades. From its inception until now, the Internet has become increasingly centralized, relying on growing acres of server farms. Each year the farms grow, users lose their ability to manage their...

  • Episode 12 - David Yamanaka, A Network Aborning

    We have the pleasure of talking with David Yamanaka, a consumer experience specialist and avid supporter and pursuer of that which empowers the individual. He has been a very active member in the Project SAFE community and is great at doing all manner of quantitative analyses regarding any system you might throw at him.

    The installers are coming!!

  • Episode 11 - Francis Brunelle, Community in Action

    First off we start this episode with several pieces very encouraging news from the MaidSafe development team.

    Then we have a chat with one of the most active Project SAFE community members, Francis Brunelle, from Montreal, Canada. Francis hosts the largest SAFE Network meet-up in the world and is extremely active pursuing various projects related to forwarding the SAFE Network,...

  • The Decentralization Itch

    [See below for an audio version, read by the author. And don’t overlook the Postscript.]

    Decentralization. The buzzword of our times.

    Increasing numbers and types of people are possessed of an elusive, but very real, visceral “itch” tied to the concept of decentralization. It’s hard to tell if the itch is caused by the concept or if the concept is...