Dripline

This is the place for our collective writing ranging from short posts, to interviews, design retrospectives, and essays. We publish on a (mostly) monthly schedule.

A dripline signifies the area under the outermost branches of a tree. It’s this interface between worlds where interesting and productive things happen.

Hypha & Sutty, May 13, 2024

The Social Reader is a privacy-first personal reader for subscribing to content published on federated social media.

Vincent Charlebois, February 29, 2024

Art, Technology, and Collective Storytelling in the Blockchain Era

Hypha & Sutty, December 5, 2023

Our new feature brings social interactions to static websites on the decentralized web.

Andi Argast, August 22, 2023

Ruminations on DWeb Camp 2023

June 5, 2023

Updates on the strategic planning process

Mauve, April 25, 2023

Distributed Press, a tool developed by Hypha, has undergone a major rewrite. We are excited to share the latest version.

Andi Argast, March 1, 2023

Exploring the entanglement of Web3 and public goods

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

Mauve, October 25, 2022

Part 4 of our P2p Primer

September 26, 2022

Hypha members weigh in on proxy battles and the importance of local-first networks

Garry Ing, September 24, 2022

The Digital Garden is planted with our initial seeds: references to publishing, protocols, RSS, and co-operative approaches.

Andi Argast, August 11, 2022

Can DAOs meet the requirements of the 7 Cooperative Principles?

Andi Argast, July 28, 2022

Checking in on the Restructuring Futures Project, a Hypha collaboration

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?

Mauve, April 26, 2022

Part 2 of our P2P Primer

Mauve, March 28, 2022

A Peer to Peer Primer: Comparing Protocols

February 8, 2022

Our proposal to renovate the Cosmos Hub Discourse Forum as a well-organized space for debate and deliberation

February 7, 2022

Healing data loss with Matrix’s federated protocols

Mai Ishikawa Sutton, September 30, 2021

Building tools and practices that enable organizations to work more transparently, equitably, and collaboratively.

July 28, 2021

Reflections on MozFest session on social transformation and movement tactics

May 3, 2021

Exploring the decision-supporting tool that maps group opinions.

February 25, 2021

Notes on incorporation, co-operation, and solidarity from a one year old co-op.