I've been playing around with ipfs [1] lately.  It allows you to host
content (e.g. on your laptop) using the hash, rather than, the http URI.

This has the benefit of being a permanent record of the file, but the
limitation of being harder to locate.

A kind of sameAs lookup service would be valuable to such files.  I've
attempted a first try here:

        <> ,
        <ipfs:/ipfs/QmZvTvRQ2voimuYwBtKsyMqMqirDt5Xrq4sdow2RM5ynKj> ;
        "audio/mpeg" ;
        "NodeUp: A Node.js Podcast - Episode 114 -
Internationalization Deep Dive" .

I expect the format could be improved a bit.

Question: Do you think this could be a useful feature for ?


On 2 February 2017 at 23:13, Hugh Glaser <> wrote:

> Hi.
> Short question:
> Do you ever use
> If so, can you drop me a line (or reply here), saying "yes"; and if you
> feel like it, also give me some idea what and how you use it (and even what
> you might like to see).
> (The machine it is on is now over 10 years old, and the maintenance ended
> about 7 years ago - and I am under pressure to switch it off and possibly
> move to a new one - so now is a good time to review the site.)
> Thanks
> Hugh

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