This week’s episode of Destination Linux, we’re going to be discussing Web 3.0 . . . what is it and should you be excited about it? Then we have Danielle Fore’ from elementary on the show to discuss the latest release. Plus, we have our tips/tricks and software picks. All this and more coming up right now on Destination Linux to keep those penguins marching!
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- 00:00:00 = Welcome to DL 310
- 00:00:52 = Community Feedback: Helping Michael with Upgrades
- 00:05:03 = Linode: Cloud Services ( https://linode.com/tux )
- 00:06:36 = Web 3.0: What Is It And Will It Matter?
- 00:35:20 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( https://bitwarden.com/tux )
- 00:36:57 = elementary OS Interview with Danielle Fore
- 01:00:43 = Linux Gaming: Multi-Medium
- 01:04:53 = Software Spotlight: Nyrna (Pause Your PC Games)
- 01:06:16 = Tip of the Week: fdupes (deduplication of files)
- 01:08:03 = DL is going to SCALE!
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- 01:11:02 = More great content on TuxDigital.com
- 01:11:34 = Outro
I have been looking into ipfs and nostr and both are intriguing. At this point the total decentralization of web 3.0 appears to be repeating the same weakness of web 1.0. The weakness of web 1.0 is that it didn’t really have a good discovery method. Can’t say I’ve given much thought to the extent which Google search contributed to the rise of web 2.0 though. Web 1.0 dealt with the discovery issue by creating communities and link rings. A lot of the old web 1.0 websites were in rings of similar websites. Perhaps a partial solution to the discovery issue in web 3.0 would be to update the search process. An open web requires an open search. Of course to produce decent results the search would probably have to incorporate a sufficiently sophisticated AI to understand natural language requests and produce meaningful results.
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