Thursday, March 28, 2002

Great article today on the commercialization and borification that the Web has undergone, making it more and more dull. You would think that as more and more people came online we'd have endless diversity, but in the end it seems we get one N'Sync mp3 on endless repeat, mixed with my friends at selling us every last item on earth.

From the article:"How did the Web arrive at this juncture? Some people say that the rush to make money, in which profits mattered more than passion, was a significant driver."

As the Web Matures, Fun Is Hard to Find

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