Worth a Look: Is Freedom Box a Web 3.0 Building Block?

Run your digital services from your home. FreedomBox is a private server for non-experts: it lets you install and configure server applications with only a few clicks. It runs on cheap hardware of your choice, uses your internet connection and power, and is under your control.  https://www.freedombox.org/

Kickstart the Freedom Box–Micro-Giving Rocks!

As of today, 29 February 2011: 806 Backers $73,599 pledged of $60,000 goal 18 days to go Phi Beta Iota: Along with OpenBTS, SolarOne, VECTOR, and “Buy This Satellite,” Freedom Box joins the vanguard of the global revolution.  “Connected, We Are One.”  [Connexum Sumus Unum–scholarly check welcomed].  Please give as generously as you can, this …

Freedom Box Reflections

Autonomous Internet [or Autonomous Free Distributed Internet for the elderly] is the new meme in town, inspired by the role of Facebook and Twitter as well as the rapidly developed Internet Work-Arounds that were developed by a huge network of great-hearted citizens. Freedom Box is an idea, not a capability, but it holds enormous potential, …

Internet Society of NY: Isaac Wilder on Freedom Network

Isaac Wilder – The Internet is for Everyone Internet Society New York Chapter President David Solomonoff interviews Isaac Wilder and Marcus Eagan of the Free Network Foundation at the FreedomBox Hackfest at Columbia Law School NYC on Feb 18 2012 http://freenetwork foundation.org gfdl isoc-ny.org 2012 PUNKCAST#2004-03 Webcast support: NYI http://nyi.net