The GNU Manifesto was written by Richard Stallman at the beginning of the GNU Project, to ask for participation and support.
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By The Mentor (a.k.a. Loyd Blankenship) on January 8, 1986
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From the Crypto '88 conference, 1988
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Written by Eric Hughes on March 9, 1993
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by Timothy C. May - December, 1994
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"The Cyphernomicon" is a document written by Timothy C. May in 1994 for the Cypherpunks electronic mailing list, outlining some ideas behind, and the effects of, crypto-anarchism. It constitutes one of the philosophy's founding documents, advocating anonymous digital currency and electronic privacy, and touching on more esoteric topics, such as assassination markets.
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by John Perry Barlow on February 8, 1996
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Written by Christian As. Kirtchev on February 14, 1997
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Written by Wei Dai in 1998
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Written by Nick Szabo in 2005
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These essays on conspiracies by Julian Assange were retrieved today from his website iq.org. The first from the currently active site, dated Novermber 10, 2006, and the second at archive.org, dated December 3, 2006.
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Guerilla Open Access Manifesto, by Aaron Swartz, in several languages. RIP Aaron Swartz
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Written by Amir Taaki on September 23, 2013
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Never Forget
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Instruct-tune LLaMA on consumer hardware
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Overview of alternative open source front-ends for popular internet platforms (e.g. YouTube, Twitter, etc.)
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