We embrace all science and technology with the potential to liberate the individual sovereign from the subjegation of the state, corporations and religious institutions, and harmonise our relationship with our Biosphere. We also embrace it where it offers support for our sorcerous practices.
We oppose all technologies used to enslave the individual and destabilise our relationship with nature.
Technology that helps us live in harmony with our Biosphere.
- Renewable Energy - energy generated from natural resources
- Alternative Energy - energy sources that are an alternative to using fossil fuels.
- Jevons Paradox - as technological improvements increase the efficiency with which a resource is used, total consumption of that resource tends to increase, rather than decrease.
- Energy Conservation Technologies - the practice of decreasing the quantity of energy used
- Green Building
- Efficient Energy Use - using less energy to provide the same level of energy service
- Water Purification - the process of removing contaminants from a raw water source
- Biodegradable Waste - originating from plant or animal sources
- Recycling - the reprocessing of old materials into new products, reducing the consumption of fresh raw materials
Software that helps us use computers without being trapped into doing things the way of a dictatorial corporation.
Open Source Operating Systems
- The FreeBSD Project - derived from BSD, the version of UNIX® developed at the University of California, Berkeley.
- FreeDOS - a free DOS-compatible operating system for IBM-PC compatible systems. FreeDOS is made of up many different, separate programs that act as "packages" to the overall FreeDOS Project.
- GNU HURD - the GNU project's replacement for the Unix kernel.
- Debian - comes with over 18733 packages.
- Kubuntu - based on KDE, the K Desktop Environment.
- Xubuntu - uses the Xfce desktop environment.
- Sidux - based on the Linux kernel, Debian's most modern branch (called "Sid") and many free and open source applications.
- Ubuntu - a community developed, Linux-based operating system that is perfect for laptops, desktops and servers.
- Interactive Linux Kernal Map with thanks to <Explosion> for bringing this to my attention
- OpenSolaris - an open source community and a place for collaboration and conversation around OpenSolaris technology.
- Syllable - easy-to-use free software operating system for the home and small office user.
- VisOpSys - alternative operating system for PC compatible computers.
Open Source Software
- Amarok - music player for Linux and Unix with an intuitive interface.
- Apache Software Foundation - The Apache projects are characterized by a collaborative, consensus based development process andan open and pragmatic software license.
- Audacity - free cross-platform sound editor for recording and editing sounds.
- Blender - free open source 3D content creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the GNU General Public License.
- Cinellera - a non-linear video editor, released under the GPL license.
- GIMP - GNU Image Manipulation Program, a freely distributed piece of software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition and image authoring.
- Mozilla Firefox - faster, more secure, and fully customizable way to surf the web.
- Mozilla Thunderbird - email application, reclaim your mailbox
- MySQL - open source database
- OpenOffice - free, open source office suite.