Conversations: Losing the Web?

Highlighting some posts to consider and jog our thinking:

  • Anil Dash’s “The Web We Lost” post attracted healthy attention.  Do you agree?  What has been enabled and disabled for people as individuals and communities of webmakers?
  • Is it now harder to “open the hood” of the web, and increase the significance of teaching massive numbers of people web literacy?   More on that logic.
  • The notion of Webmaker as a Product+Community aligns in a structural sense with a social web.  Arguably good products fulfill a need, which circles back to the question of what do webmakers want to make/why do webmakers make.   What do you think might be missing if framed as a focus on enabling “content that could only be made on the web”?

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