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Browsh
Browsh is a fully-modern text-based browser. It renders anything that a modern browser can; HTML5, CSS3, JS, video and even WebGL. Its main purpose is to be run on a remote server and accessed via SSH/Mosh or the in-browser HTML service in order to significantly reduce bandwidth and thus both increase browsing speeds and decrease bandwidth costs.
text  browser  cli  Internet 
29 days ago by Jswindle
AT&T's Monopoly Offers A Cautionary Tale For Net Neutrality
This obviously counts on the audience’s ignorance of history. The Internet started in 1969 (depending on what you count as the Internet), and the Internet “as we know it,” i.e., what we used to call the World Wide Web, has been around for 22 years. For most of that time, the idea that the FCC has anything at all to do with the Internet would have been considered ridiculous (as it still should be). So I don’t think reversing a regulation that was only imposed two years ago is going to DESTROY the Internet.
Internet  netNeutrality 
november 2017 by Jswindle
FCC to Free Internet from Obama’s “Net Neutrality” Rules » Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind!
Left floods FCC with fake comments
What is clear from an examination of the public comments from the political left supporting the retention of the Obama “Net Neutrality” rules have flooded the FCC comment space with “Bot-generated,” often foreign-sourced, comments that have generated unrelated, racist, and even violent remarks in high volume.
netNeutrality  Internet  bots  censorship 
november 2017 by Jswindle
André Staltz - The Web began dying in 2014, here's how
“25 years of the Web has gotten us used to foundational freedoms that we take for granted”
web  monopoly  netNeutrality  Internet  freespeech  freedom 
november 2017 by Jswindle
Something is wrong on the internet – James Bridle – Medium
One of so-far hypothetical questions I ask myself frequently is how I would feel about my own children having the same kind of access to the internet today. And I find the question increasingly difficult to answer.
bots  youTube  Internet  evil 
november 2017 by Jswindle
The War To Sell You A Mattress Is An Internet Nightmare | Fast Company
RT @newsyc20: The war to sell you a mattress is an internet nightmare ()
advertising  Internet  propaganda 
october 2017 by Jswindle
Former FEC Chair Demands Internet "Disinformation" Crackdown In Major Threat To Free Speech | Zero Hedge
In one of the most reckless and chilling attacks on free speech, the former chair of the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and Berkeley lecturer Ann Ravel is pushing for a federal crackdown on “disinformation” on the Internet - a term that she conspicuously fails to concretely define. 
fakeNews  freeSpeech  Internet  fcc  govtSupression  govtManipulation 
october 2017 by Jswindle
The “Battle for The Net” – a Little Twin of Climate Alarmism | Watts Up With That?
I thought that “climate change” was a unique issue in our time where the Left, including the formerly mainstream media, has succeeded to convince the public that black is white and the moon is made of cheese.  No, it isn’t. So-called “net neutrality” is another one.  Both issues are built upon scientific or technical matters, serving as an obstacle for public understanding. 
freespeech  freeMarket  netNeutrality  FCC  Internet 
october 2017 by Jswindle
A Contribution to the Critique of the Political Economy of Google - Fuchs - Fast Capitalism 8.1
Google has become ubiquitous in everyday life – it is shaping how we search, organize and perceive information in contexts like the workplace, private life, culture, politics, the household, shopping and consumption, entertainment, sports, etc. The phrase “to google” has even found its way into the vocabulary of some languages. The Oxford English Dictionary defines “to google” as “search for information about (someone or something) on the Internet, typically using the search engine Google” and remarks that the word’s origin is “the proprietary name of a popular Internet search engine” (http://oxforddictionaries.com/view/entry/m_en_gb0342960#m_en_gb0342960, accessed on February 10, 2011). The German Duden (2009 edition) defines the term “googeln” as “im Internet suchen” (p. 498, = to search on the Internet). The circumstance that a company name becomes part of a vocabulary indicates that the products of large monopoly capitalist companies have become so present in capitalist society that their existence is absolutely taken for granted, not questioned and so strongly fetishized that specific verbs (“to google”, “googeln”) are defined for expressing the usage of these products.
Google  Internet  search  privacy 
august 2017 by Jswindle
Internet mapping turned a remote farm into a digital hell | Fusion
An hour’s drive from Wichita, Kansas, in a little town called Potwin, there is a 360-acre piece of land with a very big problem.

The plot has been owned by the Vogelman family for more than a hundred years, though the current owner, Joyce Taylor née Vogelman, 82, now rents it out. The acreage is quiet and remote: a farm, a pasture, an old orchard, two barns, some hog shacks and a two-story house. It’s the kind of place you move to if you want to get away from it all. The nearest neighbor is a mile away, and the closest big town has just 13,000 people. It is real, rural America; in fact, it’s a two-hour drive from the exact geographical center of the United States.
Internet  surveillance  govtOverreach 
december 2016 by Jswindle
The Tiny Internet Project, Part II | Linux Journal
Bruce Douglass' Agile Systems Engineering (Published by Morgan Kaufmann) By
linux  virtualization  Internet 
november 2016 by Jswindle
Bookmark is Dead
The core concept of the internet is hyperlink. Hyperlinks are responsible for navigation, juice spreading (the first version of Google SEO algorithm), sharing and storing content. But just like the
browser  history  memory  Internet  search  bookmarking 
june 2016 by Jswindle
The inventor of the Web thinks we need a new one http://flip.it/ywzSW
Although the internet has created millions of new opportunities for people around the world and made the sum of human knowledge available to anyone with a connection, it
encryption  web  Internet 
june 2016 by Jswindle
True Threats, True Incitement, Or Truly Crazy? The Rhetoric of Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt | Popehat
This is the first in a multi-part series exploring the legal significance of violent online rhetoric by individuals including the vile Bill Schmalfeldt. I defend some spectacularly awful speech here.
Internet  violence  harassment  doxxing  trolling 
may 2016 by Jswindle
A Job for Rubio-Cruz: Save the Web
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, back from the campaign trail, have something productive to do in Washington. They’ve taken the lead against President Obama’s plan to give up U.S. protection of the open Internet.
Internet  freespeech  obama  bigBrother 
may 2016 by Jswindle
Brave Software | Brave's Response to the NAA
The NAA has sent a letter to Brave Software filled with false assertions, indicating that they have fundamentally misunderstood Brave. Here are a few misconceptions we’d like to clear up:
Internet  advertising 
april 2016 by Jswindle
Study: How Government Surveillance Stifles Dissent on the Internet - The Atlantic
Mark Kauzlarich / Reuters How Much Does Bernie Sanders Know About Policy? The Democratic presidential hopeful had a rough interview with the New York Daily News editorial board, struggling to explain
censorship  surveillance  Internet  monitoring 
april 2016 by Jswindle
Keacher.com » How I introduced a 27-year-old computer to the web
Reviving an old computer is like restoring a classic car: there
Internet  system7  mac 
april 2016 by Jswindle
Missing link - IFTTT
Current device list on home network.
networking  Internet 
march 2016 by Jswindle

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