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  1. Awesome.
  2. Heroku wants you to be able to fork data too. Good idea.
  3. Another decentralized service. Maybe this one will really work?
  4. updated: 04-11-2011, original: 04-11-2011 to , , , , , by mako
  5. Free network service that essentially provides a replacement for delicious.
    updated: 02-11-2011, original: 02-11-2011 to , , , , by mako
  6. An increasingly incaccurately named plugin that does what the Delicious plugin for firefox used to do. Or at least the important stuff.
    updated: 02-11-2011, original: 02-11-2011 to , , , , by mako
  7. People are unhappy with the delicious change of hands and are organizing to create compelling free software alternatives. Sounds good!
  8. Maybe in a month, I can try this free software delicious alternative out.
  9. The Franklin Street Statement, in other words?
  10. Might actually release on September 15th.
  11. Beautiful!
  12. Nice post mostly about the fact that hosting free network services can be expensive and that self-hosting can be a rather tricky proposition.
  13. I don't think that's the most valuable lesson we can learn here.
  14. Impressive use of fists in the iconography. Good work in terms of data portability. Less impressive or good seeming in terms of autonomy more generally.
  15. Unscientific survey that still has some important implications for user freedom in an era of network services. The free world is losing ground quickly and has a lot of work to do if it's going to make it up.
  16. Translation of my recent blog post into Spanish by my new friend Carolina! Awesome!
  17. The Economist takes up the issue of network services and autonomy!
  18. Tom Lord's response to the FSS. (Summary, he basically likes it!)
  19. Interesting guy with cool ideas about autonomy.
  20. Trying to define the users’ rights in a web services ecosystem the prevalent term is “autonomy”, a term anarchists often refer to and the basic concept of Cornelius Castoriadis‘ philosophy. Individual autonomy is for Castoriadis the capacity of an individual to make choices in freedom while collective autonomy means that a particular society posits it’s own laws based on equal chances of participation.

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