The Big Taco

Friday, November 2nd, 2007 UTC

After long hours at the look for codecs that would reveal the inner truths of an unsettling video file Anonymous sent you, you find yourself in a never-ending voyage; you realise that the universe, in its infinite forms, conspires against you. Your quest now seems the farthest from its conclusion. ‘When did standards go wrong?’ you weep in a cri de coeur. Nothing but silence answers back, slowly invading you with an eerie sensation.
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Here’s to Frannie

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007 UTC

Here’s to the non-believers; to the people who have not yet realised that Japanese people have been doing blogs for diaries since around 1994 [you know who you are]. Here’s to those to whom the term Web 2.0 might seem obscure:

The Blog as described by Wikipedia, the omniscient.

The Blog seems to be the utmost materialisation of the Web 2.0 revolution. Web 2.0 is akin to saying “second version of the internet,” implying improvement. Originally, the internet was a chaotic pandemonium:

  • Standards were practically inexistent.
  • Organised access to content was rare.
  • There was no true interaction between users.

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