Tag Archives: Internet Rules

Bull and the art of BS

The story behind Fearless Girl. “I love the little statue of the girl in the Peter Pan pose. And I resent that she’s a marketing tool. I love that she actually IS inspiring to young women and girls. And I resent … Continue reading

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Internet Netiquette: 1.0 to 2.0

In the early web, pages were static with fixed content. Then, there was the BBS. MUDS…   the more people able to hmtl a site or fill in a http://www.freebiehoster.com the more hobbies, then the more people   people became … Continue reading

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Web 2.0:Provided Content to Being It

In the early web, it was the US military and US universities, plus Canada’s. The early Bulletin Boards, MUDS and BBSs. After data, it was porn. Text porn.   Geek Culture is not like mainstream heterosexual culture. For one thing, … Continue reading

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The Three Internet Laws and Rule 34

     We are born and we are taught to believe many things – but until we are taught the beliefs, we don’t already have belief or sense of the beliefs – childhood is learning what the norms are for your … Continue reading

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