Late one night that magical first week of #OccupyWallStreet I had the pleasure of meeting Isaac Wilder, one of the technical co-founders of the Free Network Foundation. I was immediately compelled by his ferver for open, economical, and decentralized networks— not to mention he had a pretty amazing beard. Over the last few months the foundation has been working against all odds to build prototypes for Internet infrastructure that’s theoretically more resistant to censorship and surveillance, as well as being more resilient in the event of natural disaster. I shot this video of Isaac a couple weeks ago for the FNF’s IndyGoGo campaign. They’re trying to raise $75K by the end of the year to build three FreedomLinks and support FreedomTowers as they’re deployed all over the world. If you love the Internet as much as I do you should really give the project a look and donate if you can. And of course, share this with everyone you know!