- — Bret Victor (@worrydream)Sun, Jun 15 2014 08:12:2960% of my fav links from 10 yrs ago are 404. I wonder if Library of Congress expects 60% of their collection to go up in smoke every decade.
- — Bret Victor (@worrydream)Sun, Jun 15 2014 08:12:42How can you call the web a publishing medium when your bookshelf can just vanish? URLs and HTTP are a disaster. Doesn't have to be this way.
- — Loic Nageleisen (@lloeki)Sun, Jun 15 2014 21:33:41
- — Greg Lloyd (@roundtrip)Mon, Jun 16 2014 00:26:22@pmarca @worrydream The Web won vs "better" models by turning permanence into a decentralized economic decision http://traction.tractionsoftware.com/traction/permalink/Blog936 …
- — Greg Lloyd (@roundtrip)Mon, Jun 16 2014 00:27:02@pmarca @worrydream Permanent, reliable storage and addressing can grow as stable islands in a storm-tossed sea http://traction.tractionsoftware.com/traction/permalink/Blog395 …
- — Dorian Taylor (@doriantaylor)Mon, Jun 16 2014 00:30:56
- — Greg Lloyd (@roundtrip)Mon, Jun 16 2014 00:41:52
- — Jim Stogdill (@jstogdill)Sun, Jun 15 2014 16:31:09A less centralized web? http://blog.jonudell.net/2014/06/11/mapping-the-decentralization-movement/ … @judell thinks so. I'm a skeptic Jon.
Reinventing the Web II - A Twitter Conversation
Why isn't the Web a reliable and useful long term store for the links and content people independently create? What can we do to fix that? Who cares, who pays, why does it matter? A Twitter conversation
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