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Have a startup project in which you would like to integrate the perfect rich text editor? #CKEditor 5 has got you covered.
With CryptPad, you can make quick collaborative documents for taking notes and writing down ideas together.
We are utilising this platform for assembly for documentation and research notes.
#Matrix is an open-source project that publishes the Matrix open standard for secure, decentralized, real-time communication.
The Matrix protocol is designed with your privacy and data sovereignty in mind. Because it is a decentralized, federated service with cryptographically-validated message integrity, there are a few important things to know before you use the Service. This Service (via the Matrix homeserver hosted at #^https://chat.privacytools.io) is run and managed...
Michel Bauwens, written in Florence on May 20, 2011, on the occasion of Terra Futura. The three commons: from the digital commons to the common stock commons Most readers will be familiar with two types of commons, which have often been discussed. The first commons is the natural commons, consisting of all that nature and the cosmos has given us...
It’s not uncommon to hear expressed a love/hate relationship with technology. On the one hand, it’s exciting to interact with new tools that open up possibilities for how we communicate, learn new things and entertain ourselves. On the other hand, we often struggle to find a healthy balance and end up feeling drained by too
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The fall 2019 Munk Debate moves the motion: The capitalist system is broken. It’s time to try something different. Katrina vanden Heuvel, editorial director and publisher of The Nation, and Washington Post columnist, and Yanis Varoufakis, economist, author, and Greece's former finance minister, are arguing for the motion. Speaking against the motion are Arthur Brooks, Harvard professor and author, and David Brooks, political commentator, New York Times columnist, and author. Rudyard Griffiths moderates the debate from Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto.