Together we can form a network that is truly independent, focused on benefiting the community and the creative ideas of the people, rather than greed and the exploitation of goodwill and continued theft of intellectual property.
I originally created Organized Chaos Rebooted out of personal want. I needed a place to store all my notes, while having something I could use to communicate with friends, and share within the community. Most of the available documents were solutions to problems either missing the key elements that were important to the overall success of the task, or were solutions spread among many documents, involving many hours of research, trial and error. Our knowledge should be shared! The tools we use should be open, decentralized, federated, and maintain the concepts of freedom of choice and privacy. Anything you see here can and should be shared.
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— G. Love
decentralization, noun: The dispersion or distribution of functions and powers; The delegation of power from a central authority to regional and local authorities.
I'll repeat it again! Together we can form a network that is truly independent, focused on benefiting the community and the creative ideas of the people, rather than greed and the exploitation of goodwill and continued theft of intellectual property.
Don't stop with cloud storage...ENCRYPT EVERYTHING!
You heard me!!! Don't stop with cloud storage...ENCRYPT EVERYTHING!
You can't open a blog or a social media post without hearing of the risks that are associate with cloud storage. The most substantial of which is that online files are at greater risk of compromise should your account be breached.
And YES, you can do this for Free!
What does writing zero to hard drive do?
Writing zeros to a hard drive is one method to sanitize a drive and ensure data is not recoverable. If you are selling a PC or hard drive, or even if you buy one form ebay to save a few bucks. This is a task you want to do first before you do anything. This method is also known as the Single Overwrite method, and called zero fill erase or zero-fill.