Having recently had the pleasure of doing most of my internet interactions on a tablet or a smartphone because my laptop was ‘hors de combat,’ I was able to further reflect on the state of the modern web.1 With Web 2.0 being already passé, Web 3.0 being not the latest fad any more, and talks of Web 4.0, 4.5, and 5.0, my own website seems to follow a strange and anachronistic vision. I like to call this The Boring Web.
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Some call it small web, smol web, slow web, web0, web. It’s a counter-movement by the vc-funded, bullshit-ridden crap that is Web3.0.
Avoid the algorithms by curating your own web experience
Although the old Internet will not replace the Internet we have today, signs point to it growing in size and visibility as Internet users become increasingly disillusioned with the corporate-run shopping mall that today’s Internet has become.