peer-to-peer networks

planted: 12/07/2020last tended: 27/11/2021

In peer-to-peer networks, we ‘seed’ for one another. We spread our bytes like weeds, criss-crossing fenced-in property and open meadows alike, in our effort to grow digital abundance.

Seeding the Wild

the peer-to-peer model turns addicted ‘users’ into active peers, giving people more control over the systems they use.

Seeding the Wild

Peer-to-peer applications cannot be monetised in the same way traditional client-server applications can.

Seeding the Wild

^ why not?

1. Elsewhere

1.1. In my garden

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