Blogging could be just a program that lives on your computer or your phone. You make drafts like you would in Word/LibreOffice, and when you click publish it adds it to shares. Then your friends can connect to you and download it directly from you when you're online. It doesn't have to be complicated. It doesn't have to be highly available. It doesn't have to "scale".
« Think deeply about things. Don’t just go along because that’s the way things are or that’s what your friends say. Consider the effects, consider the alternatives, but most importantly, just think. »
The browser market is ripe for disruption.
#Yggdrasil is a #mesh network that uses #IPv6 addresses derived from public keys, is end-to-end encrypted, automatically discovers peers on a LAN, can be used privately as a VPN or globally. A very cool piece of work towards #decentralization . I write about it at https://changelog.complete.org/archives/10319-make-the-internet-yours-again-with-an-instant-mesh-network
There are lots of alternatives to TLS out there. At the protocol layer, things such as #Yggdrasil and #ipsec can make things secure. #Yggdrasil, like @cjd 's #Hyperboria (#cjdns) before it, is an overlay network where every target IP is essentially a public key. #DNSSEC also helps here.
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