We go to the Net to ask a question and end up making friends.
Telephones were invented for speaking, and cars were invented for driving, but the Internet was not invented for any single use. That is the source of its value, and certainly of its economic value. It’s why we need to preserve Net neutrality. It’s also why the Net does not fit into any frame perfectly.
I haven’t been reading David Weinberger’s blog for a while. I am not sure why, because his gift for combining insight and encapsulation is second to none.