Pumping back up this thread to share something cool I think we can do with this kind of tech.
Let's call the beginning of a Decorum thread the “root”. Using the Decorum protocol we can figure out where to find the next reply in XOR space. That's pretty awesome (seriously that's brilliant). But we still need to know the address of the root to get to the conversation. The simplest method to get the address of the root is when the owner of a Safe page provides it directly. This allows anyone with a Safe page to easily have a conversation going. That's staggeringly innovative.
Here's a twist.
What happens when we derive the address of the root from something else? For example, from the XOR address of something else on Safe? Here's what happens: you now know where to find the conversation related to any piece of data stored on Safe. Any movies, pictures, songs, blog post, everything can now be discussed directly. The only thing you need is a program that check if these conversation exist whenever you travel on Safe. If they don't, you know how to start them and whenever someone else stumble upon it they will be able to take part of it. Pretty cool right?
Why stop there though? How about we derive it from a cleanet's URL?
We can now have an unmoderated conversation directly linked to any piece of data found on the clearnet. Let this sink in for a moment because that's quite empowering. Any news, any advertisements, any press release, absolutely everything is now up for debate, anonymously, and available on a global scale. All you need is a program or a plugin that check if the conversation exist on safe, if it does you just join. It's like a 4chan that is linked to absolutely everything, which is as awesome as it is scary.
And all we need for all this is to agree on a simple standard.
Take the address of something(XOR or URL), add something else we agree on, for example: “side_talk”, hash it, and this is where you'll find the discussion related to this piece of data on Safe. If it's taken just hash it again until you find it. That's it.
Pretty, freaking, awesome.