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Modifying Thingamablog For Freenet 0.5

When I started my first blog, I was using thingamablog to do it with.  I’ve long since converted to WordPress but I remember it well.  It was actually a decent program. Then on the latest edition of the flog “My Two Cents Worth(freenet link*)” there’s talk of a version that’s been modified so that it’s […]

Freenet 0.7.0 release candidate 1 released

First, I’ll quote the “official” announcement that appeared on the Freenet support list this morning: Freenet is a global peer-to-peer network designed to allow users to publish and consume information without fear of censorship.  To use it, you must download the Freenet software, available for Windows, Mac, Linux and other operating systems.  Once you install […]

Japan to Cut Internet Access for Winny Users

Japan’s four main Internet provider organizations have gotten together and worked out an arrangement where they’re going to be cutting Internet access to people using the “WinNy” P2P file sharing program. Their big reason for this is the big battle against piracy.  They’re claiming that most of the files being traded by the 1.75 million […]

Trusted Computing 2.0?

I realize that This was originally meant mostly to be funny, but I can’t help but wonder how close to the truth this gets? Between DRM and both governments and corporations wanting to control everything that even might affect them…. —– Anonymous —– 2007.01.29 – 02:33:44GMT —– Trusting Computing 2.0 has eliminated the analog hole […]

How to get started with Freenet

[Edit 10-18-2011: I’m writing a new version of this post as this one is woefully out of date.  Until that new post is finished I’ve updated the urls in this one and removed a few outdated things] I’m working on an updated version of this post which will go into more detail.  When it’s ready […]