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The blog of TelTalk

Post by Alex on Fri 11 May 2012, 1:40 pm

As you may have read TelTalk has a blog now: Blog.TelTalk.org

Since this forum (and the blog) is completely new, we haven't published any articles yet.

If you have an idea to fill it with some content, please send me your suggestions or even written articles ready to publish.

You can reach me always with our contact form.

Alternatively you can discuss your wishes just in this topic, too!


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Re: The blog of TelTalk

Post by Bunjie on Fri 11 May 2012, 3:34 pm

TelTalk wrote:As you may have read TelTalk has a blog now: Blog.TelTalk.org

Since this forum (and the blog) is completely new, we haven't published any articles yet.

If you have an idea to fill it with some content, please send me your suggestions or even written articles ready to publish.

You can reach me always with our contact form.

Alternatively you can discuss your wishes just in this topic, too!

Maybe a blog post about how we can use http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/supermechanical/twine-listen-to-your-world-talk-to-the-internet with a .tel
And why it's better to have it in a .tel than to have it tweeted at you where it can get lost in a crowd of junk information.

As well as what will http://www.raspberrypi.org/ mean for .tel developers who want to use it to do advanced sensory processing before depositing the data into a .tel aka using one as a micro computer to control many monitoring parts/applications in a home/office/car if connected to a mobile or how to use one to make a weather station for your roof that you can monitor on your .tel.

Or how to make it detect when you set your .tel to the 'home' profile aka as 'no longer at work' aka on your way home, so it can turn your heating on so you can jump straight in a hot shower.

Or how a http://wiki.daviddarts.com/PirateBox can be modified to serve a cache of .tel data over off the grid wifi giving tourists in remote locations and landmarks in rural communities the ability to look up information by scanning a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QR_code at the location to either get a radius update of landmarks for an app or be taken to a cache of a ,tel directory that's updated 2x a day by mobile or dial up means.

Or how telfriends represents a starter picture of what could be every websites custom storage, access and connection algorithm to the .tel ecosystem, and how society when it eventfully wants to reduce the amount of information companies can legally hold on us might turn to storing data under our universal profiles, aka the ability for a website to have a space on your .tel sub domains as a branded window into our lives that we can view and disconnect from at any time that will legally guarantee an automatic purge of our data on their systems.

Also are you going to use the .tel wordpress theme provided by a teltalk member?

How rfid implanted chips can give a system access to private data in your .tel to authenticate & trade or pass information on your profile and 'pic' to a security system etc and how Americans and other religious bodies might see this as the second coming it might sound crazy but if we can store information in a .tel then we can store a bitcoin wallet if we can encrypt it better, thus we can transfer 'money' by copying it over to another person in the back end of the proxy, thus by waving your hand with an rfid it can transfer your .tel address to the system where you then type in a pin code and it pays for your transaction by transferring the 'code' which is a bitcoin between registrars and clients.

Registrars all ready have wallets where you can store money to make sure you can pay for a domain at a later date, so we can leverage this to be the basis of a transaction framework as they all ready have the protections and legal requirements in place we just need to link the wallet to the .tel and have links / buttons and other means to start that 'note' copying.

OK yes that last one was a bit of fun but is kinda serious and doable.

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The first blog entries!

Post by Alex on Sun 20 May 2012, 4:51 pm

For starters I have just published two blog articles at Blog.TelTalk.org (one from me, one from another forum member): Enjoy!

Feedback is welcome!

Bunjie, you have so many great ideas! Could you do me a favor and just collect your above mentioned topics in one article, so I can publish it on our blog?

Please send it to me with our contact form or with PM! Thank you!


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Re: The blog of TelTalk

Post by Bunjie on Sun 20 May 2012, 6:13 pm

TelTalk wrote:For starters I have just published two blog articles at Blog.TelTalk.org (one from me, one from another forum member): Enjoy!

Feedback is welcome!

Bunjie, you have so many great ideas! Could you do me a favor and just collect your above mentioned topics in one article, so I can publish it on our blog?

Please send it to me with our contact form or with PM! Thank you!

I'll write one this week and I'll let you know how it goes in this thread later, it will be on why we need a micro transaction economy, also bare in mind I'm not smart but I'll express it from my own view point.

Also these are all basic ideas really... it's not that innovative a suggestion based on my experience of other services.

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Re: The blog of TelTalk

Post by Alex on Sun 20 May 2012, 8:24 pm

Thank you Bunjie, I appreciate your effort very much!


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Post by Alex on Mon 21 May 2012, 2:03 pm

Thx to JH we have another blog entry at Blog.TelTalk.org.


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Post by Alex on Wed 23 May 2012, 6:55 am

Sorry, my new blog entry doesn't spare with criticism, but we have to face the facts: Blog.TelTalk.org


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Re: The blog of TelTalk

Post by Alex on Fri 13 Jul 2012, 10:14 am

Time for an update on Blog.TelTalk.org!


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