wow, I didn't follow this field for a while. Seems to be a great thing, but it's not an alternative, it's a higher layer. Telehash may provide naming, addressing, etc, while the stack I'm talking about basically provides UDP connectivity between parties.
Tacheles will be closed by end of july as far as I know. Last time I was in that area there were a hell lot of cops. The artists living in the building try to fight for their space, but I don't think they'll make it. It's a shame that a lot of these alternative spaces are closed down without thinking to make room for yet another useless shop.
This is awesome. I recently played around with riak and thought about using it in a project. What I really appreciate is the simple key-value interface that riak exposes while staying away from assumptions about your data.
It would be awesome if we now could implement strong guarantees like uniqueness using riak_zab in a distributed manner.
Wow, this is exactly the kind of interface I dislike. It's way too verbose and I'm not sure why one would add this kind of layer on top of jQuery. I don't see where it makes things easier - it's more like it just provides yet another interface.
I'm living in Europe and just have been to the USA for the first time. LA, SF, Vegas - 4 days each plus 6 days NYC (start and end point). I'm not sure you can do even the typical tourist stuff in one day where you don't have to think about where you go.