The GNU Project is a free software, mass collaboration project, announced on 27 September 1983, by Richard Stallman at MIT. Its aim is to give computer users freedom and control in their use of their computers and computing devices.
Today I feel much more strongly that focusing on “Free”, as in Freedom, is vitally important. Thus, CopyLeft, GNU, LibrePlanet, and the concept of free source resonates with truth seekers’ increased awareness in the freedom movement. I wish to share…
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“To be a mother has got to be one of the most difficult endeavours to under take in ones life.”
the peer-to-peer economy is transforming us from a society of middlemen (factories, distributors, corporations) into a society of independent producers capable of interacting directly with customers and like-minded communities.
Well let me remind you, I’m a regular guy sitting here in my apartment in Japan talking to you, wherever you are in the world, through a technology sitting here on my desktop, that literally was almost unthinkable a few decades ago. That is revolutionary.
And we’ve talked in the past about how that’s revolutionary in terms of the transference of ideas through society, communication, the media or the rise of the alternative media, but today let’s think about the economic ramifications of this.
This new year 2015 Is Strange
The sunfire vision of taking water from the ocean and carbon dioxide from the air and using regenerative electricity to convert them into liquid fuels (power-to-liquids) and gases (power-to-gas) took shape over 20 years ago. […]
Work in the field of high-temperature solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) for the highly efficient conversion of a wide variety of liquid and gaseous fuels into electricity and heat (gas-to-power) has been carried out in Dresden since 1992.