Michiel B. de Jong

Reduce your environmental footprint

I'm an independent programmer...


Working on LedgerLoops and Federated Bookkeeping (like a crypto-currency, but better!).

Other current activities include:

And previously:


I'm michielbdejong on twitter, github, linkedin, facebook, skype and irc. You can send email to michiel at unhosted dot org.

Personal blog:

32: Lifts, not Payments

31: Auth for multi-homed Data

30: Liquid Data and Personal Consent Stores

29: Using all flavours of Solid

28: Spinners don't scale

27: Let your software wear CLOGS

26: Let your data wear CLOGS

25: Linked Data on the Move

24: Ten Years In

23: CORS bug in several browsers

22: Bel Stuk

21: Network Ledger Technology: The First 15 Years

20: Synchronized Network Accounting Protocol (SNAP)

19: Global tax redistribution

18: Optimizing GDP is silly. All anti-capitalists know this.

17: The necessarily components-based architecture of free technology products

16: Hackers against Misery

15: Personal Server use cases

14: Land, Tools, and Gold: a card game

13: My script for deploying new versions of Snickers

12: Basic income, open source, and autonomous seasteads

11: Autonomous Artificial Proprietors: a seriously scary prospect.

10: Access to personal internet servers for the other 99% of internet users #IndieWeb

9: We are the world. We are the system.

8: Joining the Indie Web: my Motivation

7: Four simple tips for web page providers

6: Wifi 4 Change

5: Reboot to virtual prosperity

4: The countries and Crime

3: On the origin of computational complexity

2: Why browsers should offer login

1: Software freedom on the web