Archive for the 'Blogging' Category

They Should Have Used Freenet

Wednesday a blogger in Nuevo Laredo that was known on social networking sites only by his nickname – Rascatripas (or Belly Scratcher) became the fourth Mexican blogger since early September to be killed. According to the news report that I read he helped moderate “En vivo” a site that posts news about shootouts and other […]

FCON FAQ #1 Why Use FCON Instead of Freenet 0.7.5?

Over the last few years I have seen a number of answers to that question that go in to considerable technical detail but I think that the main reason to use Freenet Classic Opennet (FCON) [which I will refer to as “freenet” or “freenet 0.5”] is a simple trust issue. You see the current 0.7.5 […]

Been Wanting To See The “Raw” me?  Here It Is

It’s no secret that one of the things that I haven’t made a real big habit of is writing about myself and my life (sans the stuff that involves Nutjob Hills). In fact more and more frequently both in comments on my youtube videos and in PM’s in various places I have been encouraged by […]

Five Easy Steps To Installing Freenet Classic Opennet (FCon)

Having recently announced the release of build 5110, the first new build of Freenet Classic Opennet (FCon) in well over two years it has occurred to me that it would be a good idea to put together a brief walkthrough of the installation process. Because I’m a windows user and have never installed it on […]

Updating My Freenet Site – A Project Within A Project

Since I’ve gotten started working with the Freenet 0.5 source code and getting ready to create a new build of freenet 0.5 I’ve realized that it’s going to be necessary to do some serious updating to my freenet page. After giving it a lot of thought I have decided that what I’m going to do […]