DiggnDeeper.com is my ongoing effort to provide a full index of curated open source tools and concepts that can be used to roll your own platform. I also want to showcase the stories of people using open source tools and concepts to create a more robust and peaceful society.
It turns out, these can be applied to help you take control of anything you want. It may have started with software, but voluntary choice and peer-to-peer collaboration is now enabled and gaining momentum. These tools can benefit us in the realms of education, food, tools & hardware, communications, finance and trade, transportation, as well as security and governance.
Maybe the future could see a proliferation of maker spaces and markets operated organically and sustainable by community activists using these tools and technologies for collaboration of design and action.
I would like to see this site continue developing as a state of the art multimedia and information index of the ongoing array of projects and players. I have been messing around with this site for years, and I find myself at a point in life where I can put real effort into it. So, without further ado…
What’s in it for me? Well, the reward of showcasing the stories would be great, but I guess I’m going to have to be a bit of a cyber-begger. I can keep working to do design and support for limited clients/ partners who are interested in using these tools and principles. If you think that is you, please contact me. If that is not quite it, but you think what I do here is worth something, please donate!
The following is my full on geek history. It only matters, if at all, in that it may illustrate my perspective and therefore why I think this whole open source thing is so worth my time.
My first passion and profession is my Cincinnati area farrier (horseshoeing) clientèle. Horseshoeing is a traditional, low tech and high fidelity art and science. A farrier business only requires simple communications, but I have always had an interest in media and communications. Back around 2004, I became rather disgruntled with the proprietary stuff. I was […]Read More →