Ka-Cheong, the Director of Internet Society Hong Kong and an open-source contributor to AT Protocol and Farcaster, leads a discussion on the future of a decentralized social internet. Explore how these emerging protocols could replace traditional, capitalistic social networks like Twitter, and delve into the possibilities, challenges, and implications of such a transformation.
- Discussing the flaws and limitations of current social networks
- A technical overview of AT Protocol and Farcaster protocols
- How about Mastodon? What's wrong with it?
- Navigating content moderation dilemmas in a decentralized world
- Overcoming the challenges of boostrapping a new social internet
- The (social) internet is made of cats
- Monetization strategies for open protocols: Opportunities and obstacles
Developer, Power User
Ka Cheong Chu
Open source contributor to AT Protocol and Farcaster, Director at Internet Society Hong Kong, Ex-Apple Software Engineer
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