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David Dias 19 May 2020 10:01

We've just published a post about our participation at the NDN Seminar (Named Data Networking). It packs 24 very inquisitive questions and answers about #IPFS & #libp2p https://research.protocol.ai/blog/2020/ndn-seminar-a-high-level-overview-of-the-interplanetary-file-system/ We hope you enjoy it …

This is a fantastic compilation of a few questions about IPFS that will help anyone understand the protocol more in-depth with ease. For experts and for beginners, it’s a good read!

Most likely you didn’t notice, but yesterday I created a new page on this website called pins. On that page, you can find links for some pinned resources on the IPFS network that I like to keep pinned for archiving purposes. There are so many old gems on the Internet!

A quick dive into the dWeb with IPFS

Some days ago, on the 30th of November, I gave my first talk at BarcampLX, which is a really nice and open event you can go to and present! If you’re interested, you can read more about the concept.

Here’s the talk:

The slides deck.

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Decentralizing my website with IPFS

It was about two years ago, in 2017, that I got to know IPFS through David Dias. This is not the first time I talk about IPFS here, in my website, but here’s a brief description of what it is: IPFS stands for InterPlanetary File System and it is a peer-to-peer, content-addressed and decentralized protocol.

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Mirroring xkcd comics to IPFS

As many of you probably know, xkcd is a web comic created in 2005 by Randall Munroe. Its tagline is “A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language”. You can read more about the web comic itself on their website.

As part of wanting to contribute to IPFS Archives, I decided to look at the issues and find the most interesting one for me, and I did: xkcd! There were some clones already built, but all of them were out of date and weren’t automatically updated.

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