I like dpage.io
I've been on it since 1996 and it's rarely failed me and everyone uses it!
Not only email, but also Usenet, which I still use. It's gotten a bit more centralized for binaries, but for text articles (rec.gambling.poker, etc), it's still great.
Unfortunately, reddit is a much bigger forum-based community, so it does bug me that people go to r/usenet to talk to Usenet instead of Usenet itself, but there are a few companies working on bringing Usenet back as a decentralized discussion system.
I haven’t used it yet, but Mastodon seems to be one of the first decentralized apps to get close to mainstream use. Then, somehow I doubt this will ever see the light of day, but Twitter has said they’re funding work on a Blue Sky decentralized version of (or alternative to?) Twitter, which would be wild if it actually worked out.
Hi guys! I always give a look at dappradar.com because I work in the sector, with my own dApp. I am curious to hear your idea: my 2cents are that the UX frictions are still too many for wider adoption. Also, there is a topic still do be addressed: do people really care, today, if a service is decentralized / blockchain-based and therefore accountable? For now therefore I can't say to have any specific feedback about the "best dApp I have ever used". Of course we are working on it. Do you have any other ideas? I would love to receive some feedback and suggestions with a useful dApp to be used today in a smoothless way :)
I'd say BitTorrent is one of the best. Although we're guilty of centralising it a bit :-)
Looking for a better way to plan remote meetings across time zones, and keep up with events. What software is doing that best today?
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Email is incredible, and one of the very few things that for the most part just works no matter which app/server/service you use. Predates the web, and is most likely to outlast it if anything does. That's changing a bit as such a large majority of email runs through Gmail/G Suite and Exchange/Office 365, but still.