Martin Geddes: Web 3.0 Bluetooth Mesh Possibilities

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Reflecting on Steven Vervaecke: Berty & Scuttlebutt — Mesh Messaging No Internet Web 3.0 Foundation Layer?

I agree that the current use case is small, but it can be seen as a crucible for learning about fully decentralised networking.

Technologies like RINA (more of a meta-technology as it is an architecture framework) would allow us to build bridges between these “islands of connectedness” in new ways that can be secured and scaled better than in the past. Furthermore, the current cloud model seems grossly mismatched to the needs for local and portable identity storage.

Today’s Internet is the “MS-DOS of packet data”, and it is these corner cases that are where the “Windows” will emerge from.

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Penguin: Web 3.0 Player? Google Competitor Presearch Launches Decentralized Search Engine

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Google Competitor Presearch Launches Decentralized Search Engine

Presearch aims to end Google’s search monopoly while providing privacy and rewarding users with crypto.

In brief

  • Presearch is a privacy-centric search engine that is going live.
  • Users are rewarded with PRE tokens.
  • The blockchain-based search engine is designed to protect user IP addresses, device info, browsers, and location data.

Tom Atlee: Intercentricity – the web of reciprocal aliveness (Part 1) A Web 3.0 conceptual narrative

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Intercentricity – the web of reciprocal aliveness (Part 1)

Back in August 1991 – at the dawn of my co-intelligence work – I wrote an essay exploring the implications of seeing the world made up of source points of engagement and the webs of relationships that from – and fed into – those engagements. I called this worldview “intercentricity”. I shared it with some friends but never published it (although I did mention “intercentricity” in my 2014 post “Exploring Wholeness in more detail – to support our highest aspirations”). As I witness today’ fracturing of civilization in so many ways at so many levels, it seems timely to bring intercentricity out into the world for broader distribution, discussion and exploration I’ve updated and revised the 30-year old essay for easier reading and fit for our current era. I’m now posting it in two parts. This post, Part 1, is an introduction to the basic principles of intercentricity. Part 2 will explore some of the implications and applications of this intriguing perspective. – Tom

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Steven Vervaecke: Berty & Scuttlebutt – Mesh Messaging No Internet Web 3.0 Foundation Layer?

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In my opinion if you consider the current emerging web 3.0 technologies as next gen. Then this is the generation after that. This is almost identical in functioning as

It uses BLE which is Bluetooth to transfer data. And is highly functional in a densely populated area. The range of BLE is about 400m if its BLE 5.

This scuttlebut is considered the ultimate in decentralized Peer to Peer (P2P) technologies. BLE is the best tech to create mesh networks. This is the type of app spies would use, you need to be physically near your conversation partner, at the same time the biggest plus and min.

In short: It is valuable to have them onboard but their use case is still microscopic small.

Stephen E. Arnold: Machine Learning Bullshit — Web 3.0 Not . . .

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The Building Blocks of Smart Software: Combine Them to Meet Your Needs

I have a file of listicles. One called “Top 10 Algorithms in Data Mining” appeared in 2007. I spotted another list which is, not surprisingly, quite like the Xindong Wu et al write up. The most recent listing is “All Machine Learning Algorithms You Should Know in 2021.” And note the “all.” I included a short item about a book of business intelligence algorithms in the DarkCyber for January 26, 2021, at this link. That book had more than 600 pages, and I am reasonably confident that the authors did not use the word “all” to describe their effort.

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Penguin: Web 3.0 Foundations Prasaga & Quantum Generation?

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