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> To some degree you can get this with the current web by "following" the Feeds of certain blogs and construction a timeline for yourself.

Yes definitely, the problem with the current Web is that you cant deploy sites cheaply enough. P2P tech makes domain allocation free and fast, so it can fit into a typical application's flow. (The Dat protocol also caches data really well, so read latency is less prohibitive.)

> What do you think of GNU Social? I am a fan and enjoy it.

What I know about GNU Social, I like. I think its impact will be limited because it's still the old model of federation that binds user identity & data to a specific server. But I still support it.

> Off topic but, I would like to thank the people who created the Decentralized Web Conference in SF in June

See you at the next one!




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