Closed silo challenges to an open web

Closed silo challenges to an open web
The growing trend of closed content silos—publishing platforms that require a login in order to view the content—is a step away from a more open web.Read more

6 reasons to blog in Markdown with Jekyll

Blogging in Markdown with Jekyll
See how Jekyll, an open source generator of static HTML files, makes running a blog as easy as editing a local text file.Read more

Is Brave the new champion the open web needs?

Brave browser name tag
On January 20, Andreas Gal, former CTO of Mozilla, the company behind the popular open source browser Mozilla Firefox, announced in a blog post that...Read more

Plerd: A Dropbox-friendly Markdown blog platform

Plerd: A Dropbox-friendly Markdown blog platform
Written in Perl, Plerd can be told to watch a Dropbox-synched directory with the plerdwatcher daemon, which will republish files as it sees changes.Read more

8 reasons to make the switch to IPv6

8 reasons to make the switch to IPv6
Owen DeLong is a Senior Manager of Network Architecture at Akamai Technologies, a leader in content delivery network (CDN) services that help to make...Read more

A new year of opportunities and risks for the open web

Ben Kerensa looks back at open web highlights from 2015, and ahead at opportunities and risks in the new year.Read more

Internet access and privacy with FreedomBox

Neon sign: Internet
FreedomBox is a personal server that allows you to use the Internet privately or in locations that have bad or no Internet connection.Read more

Happy 11th birthday, Mozilla Firefox!

Firefox developer edition blue logo modified by Jen Wike Huger via Creative Commons license
Eleven years ago, Firefox 1.0 was released with much excitement and anticipation.Read more