Interoperable internet is an idea that’s worth investing resources into. Apart from bridging communities, it can help shift the authority back to the public. Undeniably the only solution to solve the tech lock-in disease! Rancid platforms like Facebook and Twitter are the prime suspects who are desecrating the open web. This shall very well pave the way to a more complicated interoperable space of IMs.
I dream of an open and free social web. A social ecosystem where for-profit corporations function and compete solely as ‘providers/operators’ rather than ‘controllers/owners’ of an individual’s identity and their data, while the individuals, as a community, start self-governing, influencing, and evolving the fediverse themselves. Right from defining protocols to the freedom of expression, all […]
Through a field of dissonance and harmony, with the waves, I travel, just like everything else in this universe. An eternal journey, this is. Oh, and the undiscovered depths of it all, I too shall see it someday. But to pause, take a breath, and to look through the cacophonies for harmonies, all the while […]
In 2020, I found myself away from people yet close to them at the same time. My family. My friends. Even strangers. And through the engulfing darkness, I was quite surprised to find my timeless retreats like reading, writing, and coding were still intact. Like food, water, and human connection, these things helped me get […]
Remember the first time calculus made sense? Or better, think about all the ‘aha’ moments you had since school or the day you started realizing that you are indeed a mass of flesh called the brain that is orchestrating a mesh of dependent bio-frameworks to consume information. Sounds quite joyful, right? That right there is […]
Lora always spent hours on admiring those embellishments of the facade. The microscopic chisel work on the marbles, the details on the quaint sculptures, the tantalizing mix of the colours on them, all made it look like a gateway to the heavens. She would either do that from the gardens or sometimes wait by a […]