Techdirt Podcast Episode 264: A More Competitive Web, With Cory Doctorow & Daphne Keller

from the different-framings dept

This week, we’re having another conversation about how more decentralized, interoperable, and competitive systems could help restore the original promise of the open web — and this time around we’ve got a pair of guests with perspectives that are related to, but distinct from, the protocols, not platforms idea that we talk about so much. Author Cory Doctorow has been discussing adversarial interoperability or competitive compatibility, while Stanford’s Daphne Keller has been proposing magic APIs, and both join this week’s episode to discuss what all these things are, how they differ and relate, and how they could save the web.

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