Article: Surfing the decentralized web just got a lot easier

Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

Surfing the decentralized web just got a lot easier

With the new integration, Unstoppable Domains boasts that anyone can access blockchain domain names, which are gaining popularity because they make it easy to send crypto payments, open NFT galleries, and publish content all outside the ICANN ecosystem.

To dig deeper into the company’s decentralized web roadmap, Matthew Gould, Co-Founder and CEO of Unstoppable Domains met with TechRadar Pro to iron out the details.

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Article: Business Agility Requires Open APIs and Low-code/No-code

Open Source, Software

Business Agility Requires Open APIs and Low-code/No-code

As more organizations turn to low-code, no-code programming, success cannot be fully realized without the accessibility provided by truly open APIs.

As the pressure to quickly adapt working models and integrate technology continues to be a key factor in business success, more and more organizations will turn to low-code, no-code programming as a method to alleviate support required from IT and development teams. But this success cannot be fully realized without the accessibility provided by truly open APIs. Only then can the organizations rely on a truly agile software backbone to set them up now and into the future.

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Article: Blockchain Domains Integrated Into Web Browser Opera In A Major Push For Web 3.0

Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

Blockchain Domains Integrated Into Web Browser Opera In A Major Push For Web 3.0

Blockchain domains system Unstoppable Domains just got integrated into a web browser Opera Ltd(NASDAQ:OPRA) in a major push for Web 3.0 adoption.

“We have always supported web innovation, and the decentralized web or Web3 is the natural next wave. Making Unstoppable Domains accessible in the Opera browsers means our users can try blockchain technologies for themselves. Registering your .crypto domain, which is forever yours, is a great first step into Web3,” the company’s product director Maciej Kocemba said.

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Article: Windows Versus Linux: An Honest Review

Office Applications, Open Source, Operating Systems, Software

Windows Versus Linux: An Honest Review

You see, the common misconception with Linux is that it’s something only computer gurus, geeks, and coders can use. Many people think that the only reason you’d use a Linux-based Operating System is for hacking purposes. The other misconception is that a Linux-based Operating System is so much different than Windows or Mac that you’d spend all your time learning something new.

All of this I’ve found to be untrue, by a long shot. Yet fear – fear of the unknown is what keeps many from trying it.

What is truly interesting about the Linux Community is the vastness of options. When I discovered that I had a choice, that I wasn’t stuck with something I didn’t enjoy, it was like my eyes were opened to a brand new world that I never knew existed. Plus if I didn’t like one, I could just download another distro and try it out. If something wasn’t stable or fast enough, no problem. Why? Because I had options.

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Article: Icaros: ‘If You Increase The Competition Of Ideas, More Truth Emerges’ – Interview

Decentralized Internet, Knowledge, Open Source

innovation ideaIcaros: ‘If You Increase The Competition Of Ideas, More Truth Emerges’ – Interview

“The Internet is so much more than these few behemoths!

People congregate to these platforms because of the network effect, i.e. because they want to be where all the other people are; however, the best have moved away already.

Personally, I don’t think the situation is so dire. On the contrary: I have the impression central planners are investing great effort to drive us to pessimism, and thus to sabotage the formidable free market of ideas the Internet represents.”

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Article: The TON OS: A Brief Overview of An Operating System Built on Blockchain

Blockchain, Operating Systems

The TON OS: A Brief Overview of An Operating System Built on Blockchain

Here you need to understand, the TON OS is something different from our original understanding of OS.

Simply, the TON OS is designed to allow users to interact with blockchain with so many tools and it is the decentralized OS for Free TON to handle smart contracts and so many decentralized applications.

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Article: We Open-Sourced our Encryption Software: Here’s Why

Open Source, Software

We Open-Sourced our Encryption Software: Here’s Why

In the past, great ideas were hoarded.

People spent an incredible amount of time and resources protecting their intellectual property from “thought thieves”. An idea was born, and kept safely hidden from the world until slapped with a patent.

But ideas are not a finite resource that should be locked away. When ideas are left to grow in the dark, they cannot flourish.

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Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton: Migrating Away from Microsoft

Censorship, Deplatforming, Hate Speech, Office Applications, Operating Systems

Robert to Luke:

Zionists recently got Microsoft to introduce hate speech terms, so they can turn the brakes off on my cyber car anytime the Zionists want to pull the trigger.  Am getting fed up with all the bullshit. We need Web 3.0 sooner than later including substitutes for Microsoft and WordPress.

Luke responds to Robert:

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Article: Design Considerations for Bluetooth Mesh Across Industrial, Home Environments

Autonomous Internet

Smarthome Id 110657550 © One Photo Dreamstime comDesign Considerations for Bluetooth Mesh Across Industrial, Home Environments

Bluetooth is a ubiquitous communications protocol with countless applications in consumer electronics, healthcare, industrial automation, and asset tracking. With Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Mesh now added as a network layer, there are even greater opportunities for simultaneous control and monitoring of hundreds—even thousands—of devices. These new capabilities come with added complexity for developers, though.

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