Back then, I missed out on reading the famous Cluetrain manifesto and the new clues published 16 years later even though happy prose don’t tempt to retrieve its lecture.
I was always rewarded of the conviction, that a website can do anything that can otherwise be done with money and analog means.
Supposedly the web was meant for its regulation to be inexorable. It’s purpose as defined by Arthur C. Carke in the May 1970 issue of Popular Science, to bring accumulated knowledge of the world to your fingertips.
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W³’s integrity has been continuously endangered and still is. Plundered by marauders understanding the web all too well, flocked by clueless hordes who can’t seem to get their heads around how to tap into its empowering effects, and beloved brands attempting to either own knowledge or knowledge transfer.
The web has proven reliable and recovered from however million dollars and euros were thrown at the web, thus converting whatever the intend to falling back on its reliable, archaic, technology back bone.
Hipsters need not turn into hippies, much rather it is happening right now, that consumers are returning to being citizens.
World civilization is in an excellent position to be picking up in the early 21. century, where the age of enlightenment left of in 18th century.
Age of Enlightenment Arthur C. Carke Cluetrain authors consumers return to citizens David Weinberger Doc Searls hippies hipsters New clues Only dead fish Tim Berner Lee W³’s integrity