Too Long; Didn't Read
Ironic Development: The Internet is Broken. Here's Why.536 reads: "How do we fix the Internet?" The author starts with the central conceit, which powers the rest of his arguments: "Nothing is free. People need to be willing to pay for what they consume" The problem is the same thing it’s always been: corporate greed. There was a lot of money to be made on the internet, and make it we have. The revenue streams, now that they exist, will be protected at all costs.