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* Blog posts are easier to find & read
* Our "About", "Join" and "Readings" pages are new– check them out if you'd like to learn what we're up to & how you can be involved!
What happens when files are shared on the decentralized web? Check out this excellent new explainer slide deck by Dana Breseman: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Gx8vSqrWZ7X-3SCgITXqQdinZQeXIAA7ITqL25SsPN8/edit#slide=id.g741b4d76cd_0_13
Published on https://datatogether.org/posts/05_dweb_primer/
@firstname.lastname@example.org @Data_Together@twitter.com Yes. A great conversation + great facilitation @email@example.com Looking forward to more in the future. (and the blog post!)
Data maintenance is a practice of care. In our conversation on Stewardship, we discuss:
* Data stewardship embedded in protocols vs surfaced to conscious care
* User expectations and technology's scope in human systems
* Who chooses what is kept
I love our @Data_Together@twitter.com conversations because I can *feel* foundational concepts slot into place and shape my worldview.
Thanks for a great conversation on decentralization (technical, political, philosophical, and social) today. Can't wait to write the blog post version.
Deepening our models for data ownership and stewardship, our conversation on Alternatives to Capitalist Structures asked:
* Can there be privacy and ethical data handling in a world where data must be monetized?
* How can we reward value?
In our discussion on the Knowledge Commons, we focused on how knowledge, information, and digital data might be treated and governed as common pool resources.
* Cost of sharing
* Commoning practice
* Necessity of use