Wednesday, March 5, 2014

More Demand, Less Load


Imagine if we lived in a world where more demand meant less load for a webserver. Imagine if we lived in a world where no organization could take down a website, and everyone could publish a site with no hassle or upfront cost. SyncNet is a first step into that world.

SyncNet is an experimental new browser built on top of BitTorrent Sync and (soon) Colored Coins. Every time you access a site, you store all of its contents on your machine. The next user to request the site can get the contents from both your machine and the original server.


This is in line with 3W. Less centralization, less concentration. Great!

Plant-Based Meat

Apparenty Mother Jones came against Beyond Meat pretty strongly saying "Companies like Beyond Meat will never be able to introduc...