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10/19/2020 1:35 am  #1


Netscape Navigator [A Lighthouse On The Internet's Shores]

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If I knew anything about the nuts and bolts about how one builds a browser, you can be very sure I'd spearhead a reboot of a modern "Netscape Navigator".

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Yes. I've spent the entire weekend recalling those early internet years, and sure they were choppy waters and yet they also had a certain no long and dangerously lost freedom to them that we might never get back and could have served us much better compared to the ever present tyranny of the tech giants we now live under.

Both social media, places like Facebook and Twitter as well as the whole all too centralized and homogenized framework of the modern day internet would be better served for liberty and freedom if they were a little more of those Wild West days 

 

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