Re: The Bleak Future of the Internet
Thank you very much for bringing a respectful, clear explanation to the paradoxical nature of 'our' chosen 'internet.'
Not in such a succinct manner have I indicated similar concerns and observations, even here on the bigthink plane. It appears difficult for so many to realize there are alternatives to 'internet' and the future of networking can and will change dramatically in the nearest of futures.
Again, thank you for contributing so much more than regurgitated prattle! It confirms hope for a better communication process between humans at this stage of development.
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