In the dawning era of the Internet, academics and voyagers adored its great promise. It was about sharing ideas, posting useful thoughts, and meeting new people. Politeness was a given. And useful it was, kind of like Wikipedia, but more free-flowing and experimental.
Every page was not drowning in ads, videos were not popping up like dolphins, being mean would get you marooned, and Facebook was not gleaning every last bit of info from you to sell out to the capitalist kings.
The Captain wanted it back.
You can post a scroll of text and photos here, and we’ll leave it up for the public as long as it follows the ship’s rules. Others can add useful comments or send you private notes if you choose.
On! Sail on!