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    SAFE Crossroads #54, From a UX Point of View, with Jim Collinson

    July 25th, 2019 by fergish
    The SAFE Network is a project of such large scope, doing things that have never been done, it can be hard to wrap one's head around the whole thing without a lot of work. But in the end it is for people to use. It needs to be easily adopted and made to work by everyone. As core development progresses rapidly towards beta launch, tracking the evolution of the user experience (UX) development can help everyone understand the potentialities for this vast project from a practical, people-empoweri... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #16 René van de Polder, Proponent of the Exponent

    September 9th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### René van de Polder is very involved in a number of projects in the crypto space, most especially the SAFE Network. He shares his thoughts and experiences as a participant in various projects and his experiences as a forum moderator. He also has some great insights as to the expansion of technical progress and the SAFE Network in particular. ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic word, and submit it to your LetsTalkBitcoin.com account to claim a share of this week... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #18 SAFE Network School, Class One

    September 30th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### We're happy to announce the opening of the Simpleton's School of the SAFE Network. Since the SAFE Network is being built on a very different combination of fundamentals than has ever been used before and because it is so intricate, it's not possible to just wade in and get a full picture of it without some work. This is especially true because the network is still in development and so can't be used and learned by experience, either. Therefore, the effort of this ... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #49, What's so Special about the SAFE Browser?

    December 19th, 2018 by fergish
    MaidSafe just released a completely in-house version of the SAFE Browser with some very cutting-edge features and toggles to explore experimental features. It's still rough-cut,as browser experiences go, but it opens the door to some very advanced development options as the SAFE Network matures toward readiness for launch. Helping us get a feel for this step forward are two of the MaidSafe front-end developers most responsible for this new step: Gabriel Viganotti and Josh Wilson. Underst... Read More
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    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #25 - App Time

    November 18th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### We take an aside from the SAFE Network School this week due to time constraints. But we do take a bit of time to visit with Francis Brunelle from the Montreal SAFE Pod and get some insights about app development on the SAFE Network. The doors are open to those who are ready to start making meaningful apps for the network. ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic word, and submit it to your LetsTalkBitcoin.com account to claim a share of this week's listener awar... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #53, A QUIC, SAFE Solution, with Spandan Sharma

    May 14th, 2019 by fergish
    MaidSafe's Crust (Connections in Rust) program library was necessary due to lack of existing tech to do what was needed for the SAFE Network. The QUIC protocol has evolved and now provides a connection solution which the whole internet will likely be moving to--really great for the internet at large, and really handy for the SAFE Network's development. The SAFE project will be an early adopter, because the protocol already contains the needed functionality to make further development of ... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #51, SAFE Network Fundamentals, Part 1, with David Irvine and Viv Rajkumar

    January 31st, 2019 by fergish
    I had the honor of a 2+ hour conversation with the two people most familiar with all aspects of the SAFE Network, MaidSAFE's Founder and CEO, David Irvine and CTO, Viv Rajkumar. To guide our discussion we focused on the 21 Fundamentals of the SAFE Network as linked below. We had a very far-ranging discussion from high to medium altitude, touching on all aspects of the whats and whys that make this project so unique and far-reaching. ####Music *Safe Crossroads Beta*, an original piec... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #47, Resource Description Framework, SOLID and SAFE

    November 28th, 2018 by fergish
    Simpleton says, "We go a bit geeky on this one, but in a way that should be very accessible to most anyone." Our guests on this episode are Josh Wilson and Gabriel Viganotti. Both are front-end developers for MaidSafe, working with Resource Description Framework (RDF) in a number of forms, to enhance the uses of the SAFE Network. We really get down to what RDF is, how it relates to Linked Data and the Socially Linked Data (SOLID) project, and other use cases that are creating a real revolu... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #48, A Reintroduction and Update on the SAFE Network, with Dug Campbell

    December 12th, 2018 by fergish
    I've been wanting to do an overview of the SAFE Network for some time, as a sort of new introduction, an update on where the project has currently gotten to, and a view of what's ahead. Dug Campbell from MaidSafe helps me try to accomplish this, because I found it really hard to do by myself! Dug has gained a lot of experience talking about the SAFE Network with a wide variety of different people in varying circumstances. He also, being based there in MaidSafe headquarters, has continual acc... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #52, SAFE Network Fundamentals, Part 2, with David Irvine and Viv Rajkumar

    February 5th, 2019 by fergish
    This is part 2 of a wide ranging discussion about the SAFE Network, with the two people most familiar with all aspects of it, MaidSAFE's Founder and CEO, David Irvine and CTO, Viv Rajkumar. To guide our discussion we focused on the 21 Fundamentals of the SAFE Network as linked below. Amongst many other great insights, in this section David goes briefly over each fundamental and summarizes where each stands -- i.e., what's done and what is yet to be done. ####Music *Safe Crossroads Beta*... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads #46, Connection Needs of an Autonomous Network, with Spandan Sharma

    November 14th, 2018 by fergish
    Our guest today is Spandan Sharma from MaidSafe. We go over the results of the second community testing of Crust, the automated peer-to-peer connection library being developed by MaidSafe for the SAFE Network, and available for open source use by other P2P projects as they find useful. In looking at all that the upper network layer needs the Crust connection level to do, we get a peek at the Routing level, which is the heart of the SAFE Network structure. Enjoy. #### Music Music ... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #14 Max Hernandez, A Frontier on Every Doorstep

    August 26th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### Your host and Max Hernandez, author of *Thieves Emporium,* take time to explore the new frontier, the electronic frontier, where people have new choices. We cover aspect of this gripping and educational tale, and then turn to utilize Max's knowledge and experience to examine the potential effects of the SAFE Network and similar technologies on the shape and form of civilization, and the experiences of individuals faced with different choices and new possibilities for nav... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #13 Rich Beer and The Crypto Show

    August 19th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### This week chronicles a mini adventure I had trying to connect with others in the south Texas area who might want to form a meet-up regarding the SAFE Network. It started with a post on the [SAFE Network Community Forum](https://forum.safenetwork.io), on to connecting with and appearing on [The Crypto Show](www.thecryptoshow.com), and back to an interview with the Project SAFE member who suggested The Crypto Show connection, Rich Beer. All in all, it was an interesting... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #11 Francis Brunelle, Community in Action

    August 5th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### First off we start this episode with several pieces very encouraging news from the MaidSafe development team. Then we have a chat with one of the most active Project SAFE community members, Francis Brunelle, from Montreal, Canada. Francis hosts the largest SAFE Network meet-up in the world and is extremely active pursuing various projects related to forwarding the SAFE Network, before and after launch. He also has other interests which he is working on, including help... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #12 David Yamanaka, A Network Aborning

    August 12th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### We have the pleasure of talking with David Yamanaka, a consumer experience specialist and avid supporter and pursuer of that which empowers the individual. He has been a very active member in the Project SAFE community and is great at doing all manner of quantitative analyses regarding any system you might throw at him. The installers are coming!! ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic word, and submit it to your LetsTalkBitcoin.com account to claim a share of th... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #10 Paige Peterson and the Seeds of SAFE

    July 29th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### Today we have the pleasure of speaking with Paige Peterson, who works for MaidSafe in the area of community and development outreach, and much more. ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic word, and submit it to your LetsTalkBitcoin.com account to claim a share of this week's listener award distribution of LTBcoin. Listeners now have a full week from the release date to submit a magic word. The magic word for this episode must be submitted by 1pm Pacific Time on Aug... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #15 Getting Technical, with Ben Bollen

    September 3rd, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### Things are rocking at MaidSafe in Troon, and around the world, with the initial SAFE Network software installers just released. We talk with MaidSafe core developer Ben Bollen about the release and what it means (and what it doesn't mean), then go on to get technical about some very important improvements in the network architecture that are enabling incredible innovation as the project moves forward. The ants advance! ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic wo... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #17 Surfing the SAFE Network

    September 23rd, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### Another interview on The Crypto Show, talking more basics about the SAFE Network, and an interview with Will Gallo, member of the San Francisco SAFE Pod, regarding application--proposed as well as well developed--to run on top of the SAFE Network. The field for creation is wide open and waiting for talented coders to get busy. ####Magic Word#### Listen for the magic word, and submit it to your LetsTalkBitcoin.com account to claim a share of this week's listener awar... Read More
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    SAFE Crossroads #43, PARSEC - Efficient, Provable Consensus Has Arrived, with Pierre Chevalier

    May 25th, 2018 by fergish
    On Thursday evening, May 24th, 2018, MaidSafe released publically the PARSEC consensus protocol. PARSEC stands for Protocol for Asynchronous, Reliable, Secure and Efficient Consensus. It is being released under very permissive, open-source GPL and MIT licensing for potential use in a wide variety of circumstances by a wide variety of projects quite aside from the SAFE Network. For the MaidSafe, the release of PARSEC puts the final major research barrier behind it, opening the door for a stra... Read More

    SAFE Crossroads Podcast #19 SAFE School, Class Two, Going Deeper

    October 7th, 2015 by fergish
    ####In this Episode#### Class Two of the SAFE Network School takes us deeper. We probe down and start to pull apart the great intricacy of the SAFE Network by closely examining the key elements that make it work. But not too fast or overwhelmingly. You'll be surprised how understandable it is when guided by a Simpleton who has already done most of the brain-warping exploration, so that you don't have to warp YOUR head so much. Come along as we start to peel apart the "secrets" of how the ... Read More

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