Month: April 2014


    New service promising security, keys verification etc. etc.Find me at Keybase will be a public directory of publicly auditable public keys. All paired, for convenience, with unique usernames. …and a pretty sweet reference client. Via #keybaseio #lookingforsolutions #security #software

  • Dnsmasq, an addition to

    Dnsmasq is a lightweight, easy to configure DNS forwarder and DHCP server. It is designed to provide DNS and, optionally, DHCP, to a small network. It can serve the names of local machines which are not in the global DNS. The DHCP server integrates with the DNS server and allows machines with DHCP-allocated addresses to […]

  • Two nodes created!

    I made two nodes today. It was very easy thnx to the great documentation. Each router is a LAN island in an archipelago of affiliated websites. Anyone within range of an wifi router, with a web-capable pokedex or laptop, can join the network “OCCUPY.HERE,” load the locally-hosted website, and use the […]

  • NinjaCat v1.0

    Welcome to NinjaCat application! NinjaCat is a simple realtime, channel based chat service with an optional encryption support. NinjaCat is anonymous and does not keep a serverside copy of your conversation. You should also note that if you want a better anonymity, you should use TOR or equivalent. Please, be aware that NinjaCat is provided […]

  • Discourse forum software

    What is discussion software? To us, discussion software is a group of people interested in a common topic who are willing to type paragraphs to each other on a web page. Yes, there is Twitter for very short form, there is web chat and IRC for real time with limited persistence, there is Tumblr for […]

  • Where do I sign up for the next Practocalypse?

    On a bright Saturday morning earlier this month, about thirty people gathered inside a large, dimly lit warehouse in Chelsea, hunched over smartphones, hand-drawn maps, and computer-networking equipment. Members of the group were briefed on the situation that would confront them: at about one o’clock, the Internet would go down. After that, they would be […]