Net Neutrality (Yeah!), a new distributed wiki, and my current Clojure project
It is, IMHO, a very good thing that net neutrality now has the force of law behind it. The Internet is the most important artifact for sharing information ever and is worth protecting as a neutral platform. Even though there is a lot of value in walled gardens created by Google, Facebook, and Apple I still hope to see many more systems developed that support individual control of our own data and better support for privacy.
I think that Ward Cunningham's new Federated Wiki (on github: github.com/fedwiki) is a very interesting idea for combining local storage with federated sharing of content. Something to keep our eyes on!
The first version of my product will be for individual use (simple install on a personal server, or run locally on a laptop) but I am interested in evolving it into a federated system for use by small teams. A federated system is also useful for the single user use case: for example, sync content from a laptop to a server.