Technological futures under the redwoods
Andi Argast, August 22, 2023
Ruminations on DWeb Camp 2023
Strategy is ___________.
June 5, 2023
Updates on the strategic planning process
Distributed Press v1 Announcement
Mauve, April 25, 2023
Distributed Press, a tool developed by Hypha, has undergone a major rewrite. We are excited to share the latest version.
Cyber-visions of altruism
Andi Argast, March 1, 2023
Exploring the entanglement of Web3 and public goods
Hypha at the Starling Lab: Murmurations and peregrinations in trustful digital ecosystems
January 30, 2023
Reviewing 2022 highlights from one of Hypha’s most important collaborators
November 30, 2022
Articles, tweets, and videos that resonated with us this month
Check the specs: final thoughts on p2p options
Mauve, October 25, 2022
Part 4 of our P2p Primer
In solidarity with Iran: a response to Signal’s community call
September 26, 2022
Hypha members weigh in on proxy battles and the importance of local-first networks
Gardens in the Computer
Garry Ing, September 24, 2022
The Digital Garden is planted with our initial seeds: references to publishing, protocols, RSS, and co-operative approaches.
‘Staking’ identities: looking at the practicalities of transforming DAOs into co-ops
Andi Argast, August 11, 2022
Can DAOs meet the requirements of the 7 Cooperative Principles?
Sense and Serendipity
Andi Argast, July 28, 2022
Checking in on the Restructuring Futures Project, a Hypha collaboration
Finding friends and staying safe: comparing peer discoverability and security in p2p networks
Mauve, June 29, 2022
Part 3 of our P2P Primer
The Debate Over DWeb vs. Web3 & The Decentralized Elephant in the Room
Mai Ishikawa Sutton, May 17, 2022
What matters in this discussion – in any discussion over a technology really – is who’s designing it, who controls it, and who stands to benefit?
Data Fast and Slow: Exploring Data Models and Mutability
Mauve, April 26, 2022
Part 2 of our P2P Primer
Taking the Mauve Pill: Exploring Alternatives to the Centralized Web
Mauve, March 28, 2022
A Peer to Peer Primer: Comparing Protocols
Decentralized Governance Requires Meaningful Participation
February 8, 2022
Our proposal to renovate the Cosmos Hub Discourse Forum as a well-organized space for debate and deliberation
Data Lost and Found in a Distributed System
February 7, 2022
Healing data loss with Matrix’s federated protocols
Emergent practices from the decentralized co-operative web
Mai Ishikawa Sutton, September 30, 2021
Building tools and practices that enable organizations to work more transparently, equitably, and collaboratively.
Making change with the decentralized web
July 28, 2021
Reflections on MozFest session on social transformation and movement tactics
Listening at Scale with Polis
May 3, 2021
Exploring the decision-supporting tool that maps group opinions.
How we co-operate
February 25, 2021
Notes on incorporation, co-operation, and solidarity from a one year old co-op.