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We are traveling at the moment, and I just went down to the hotel business center to print off a document. This hotel is using Microsoft boxes, so as I’m floundering around looking for how to access my USB stick, I end up in a browser and I see the desktop. On top of a […]
We wanted to inform you of a domain name price increase that starts September 1, 2023. A number of TLD registries are adjusting prices over the next year. The .com, and .ca registries are leading the pack. Now would be a great time to RENEW, TRANSFER IN or REGISTER NEW .com, .org and .ca domains […]
Experts warn that ISPs would use black-box AI to comply Like our piece on Canada’s Cyber-Security Bill earlier this year, this item was flagged in my work for the Internet Society, Canada Chapter, but this post does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the ISCC. It concerns a legal opinion drafted by the UK’s Open […]
We’re big fans of decentralized social media platforms (we’ve been operating a public Mastodon instance for years), so when Nostr came along (Notes And Other Stuff Transmitted by Relays) it we immediately saw the potential and started getting involved. We wrote an introduction to Nostr here, and stood up a public Nostr relay at wss://nostr.easydns.ca […]
Nostr (Notes and Other Stuff Transmitted by Relays) continues to gain traction and spread like wildfire. For those hearing about it for the first time, Nostr is a fully decentralized microblogging protocol (and not a platform, the way Mastodon is). It divides right down to the user account level, governed by an asymmetric key pair, which makes it even client agnostic […]