The internet that took over the Internet | Peter Molnar

largely agree with Peter's take on the loss of the slow, dusty web (and I mean that with the greatest admiration 😁). What I particularly enjoyed was the following dissection of the language used:

We used to have homepages. Homes on the Internet. Not profiles, no; profile is something the authorities make about you in dossier.

That, I can fully get behind.

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