The social web can be a wonderful thing; it connects billions of people together from all over the world. However, problems arise as these social networks continue to grow larger and larger, but the question is, do they have to?.
I was interviewed recently by libertarian media personality Adam Kokesh, host of online show Adam vs the Man. In this episode, we talked about Diaspora, the state of the fediverse, the surveillance apparatus, and the innate desire of users to have some control over their social experience online.
Thoughts on how different communities develop their own unique identities, and how decentralization can create new subcommunities within them.
A rebuttal to a recent post on OpenBytes about the potential future of Diaspora, and what it can do for the Open web.