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The Wikipedia Competitor That’s Harnessing Blockchain For Epistemological Supremacy

https://www.wired.com/story/everipedia-blockchain/?mbid=nl_120717_daily_list1_p3Everipedia, a two-year-old online encyclopedia, will become a decentralized, peer-to-peer, user-owned resource. Larry Sanger’s Everipedia entry is pretty close to his Wikipedia entry. It describes him as “an American Internet project developer … best known as co-founder of Wikipedia.” By the time you read this, however, it may well mention a new, more salient fact—that Sanger recently became the Chief Information Officer of Everipedia itself, a site that seeks to become a better version of the online encyclopedia than the one he founded back in 2001. To do that, Sanger’s new employer is trying something that no other player in the space has done: moving to a blockchain.

Gab is suing Google for allegedly violating antitrust laws

Gab is suing Google for allegedly violating antitrust laws - The Washington Post

Gab is suing Google for allegedly violating antitrust laws – The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2017/09/15/gab-is-suing-google-for-allegedly-violating-antitrust-laws/?hpid=hp_hp-cards_hp-card-technology%3Ahomepage%2FcardThe lawsuit is the latest salvo in a battle pitting right-leaning technologists against Silicon Valley giants. Gab alleges in the lawsuit that “Google deprives competitors, on a discriminatory basis, of access to the App Store, which an essential facility or resource.”

Art of the Title

About the site — Art of the Title

About the site — Art of the Titlehttp://www.artofthetitle.com/about/Art of the Title is an online publication run by Managing Editor Lola Landekic and Senior Editor Will Perkins, both of whom are based in Toronto, Canada. Art of the Title is the definitive resource for title sequence design, spanning the film, television, conference, and videogame industries. Featuring title design from countries around the world, we honour the creators and innovators who contribute to the field, discussing and displaying their work with a desire to explicate, facilitate, and instigate.

Libraries.io – Open Source Search Engine For Developers

by Jake Rocheleau @ hongkiat.com

There are millions of open source projects online with new ones being launched every day. Developers from all backgrounds flock to open source because it’s the best way to scale a new project by crowdsourcing bug reports and code solutions.

Yet, with millions of projects how do you wade through the noise? Libraries.io is the solution. It’s a free online search repository that pulls results from 1.8 million open source projects and counting. Libraries.io connects into the most popular package managers like npm, bower, Packagist, and WordPress’ growing inventory of plugins.