I saw this on Dlisted this morning and it made me chuckle.
1994 doesn’t seem that long ago, but when you hear them talk of the @ symbol it makes you realize how quickly time flies.
Also, a funny take on the current state of the web.
And a not so funny topic; the CRTC and metered internet. Not good. Not good at all. It costs about 1cent for the service providers to route a GB of data, and they are looking to charge between $1-4 per GB ontop of regular fees.
Go sign the online petition on Open Media if you don’t want to pay byte by byte for your Interweb use. The motion has already been passed, so the final decision is likely to happen really soon. As the rest of the world advances in technology, we get a push back by a regulatory body in place to control Can Con? Wait, I’ve seen this before…