SBHX/TA3M: About arkOS — Presented at Santa Barbara Hackerspace TA3M meeting, April 14, 2014, via livestream. A brief introduction of arkOS, the concept of decentralization, and why it is important from a security and privacy perspective.
MtlPy: About arkOS — Presented at Montréal-Python 46: Conditional Brief, April 14, 2014, at the Google Montréal offices. A brief introduction of arkOS, the concept of decentralization, and why it is important from a security and privacy perspective.
OpenITP/TA3M: About arkOS — Presented at Montréal TA3M meeting, July 15, 2013, at Station C Montréal. A brief introduction of arkOS: "A platform for easily managing and running server software, initially geared for the Raspberry Pi. It gives end users the ability to “decentralize” their cloud data, and will allow them to easily host webapps, email, chat accounts and much more from the security of their own home."
FLOSS Weekly #278: arkOS — Interviewed by FLOSS Weekly podcast on the TWiT Network, December 8 2014, via livestream. A brief introduction of arkOS: "arkOS is a project designed to make self-hosting common web services easy for the general public."
Montreal Sauce: "My Deathstar Is Real Player" and "Stroker Ace: The Perplexing Mustache of Burt Reynolds" — Interviewed by Montreal Sauce podcast, July 10 2014, via livestream. Spoke about arkOS, online privacy, and a wide variety of subjects.
Redecentralize #05: Jacob Cook — arkOS — Interviewed by Redecentralize, September 9 2013, via livestream. A brief introduction of arkOS: "An easy to use simple operating system and software stack for self-hosting in an intuitive way. Just install on a Raspberry Pi and you have your very own server ready to manage services and store data locally to keep it secure, private and not powering targeted adverts from big corporations."