I recently started looking into cryptocurrencies (crypto) after being introduced to the Ethereum Name Service (ENS), Namebase and the Handshake Protocol, and the Argent Smart Wallet.
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300 Hours of Code: Building products that solve problems
I looked for years to find the perfect productivity tool to transfer information between my devices.
Chairmerica: the story of Chan and Chun
In Chairmerica, the most important products are chairs.
Academia is not a meritocracy
It seems to me that academia is not a meritocracy.
Reasons for and against pursuing graduate school in Philosophy
I'm thinking about whether to apply to PhD programs in Philosophy.
Encryption is for Everyone
People with wealth and power have many things that normal people do not.
How to share and receive files anonymously with OnionShare
Find the official and most up-to-date information on OnionShare at docs.onionshare.org.
What is free and open-source software?
Software programs, like other creative works, are released to its users under certain terms and conditions called licenses. When a license gives its users the rights/freedoms to use, study, copy, modify, improve, and redistribute it, then the software is considered free, or libre, and open-source software (FOSS).
What is end-to-end encryption?
End-to-end encryption is a system of encryption that allows parties to communicate in a way that severely limits the potential for third-parties to eavesdrop on or tamper with the messages. Third-parties may include government agencies and companies that provide internet, telecommunications, and online services.
What is encryption?
Encryption is the process of transforming readable text or data, called plaintext, into unreadable code called ciphertext. After the data is transformed, it is said to be encrypted. The reverse transformation process from ciphertext to plaintext is called decryption.