May 4, 2004

The Web Is Dead

The information is the name of the game, but when it becomes too large and unwieldy what happens? I'll tell you what: the Web is dead, Fred. The cost of it all will amount to seven percent of the gross national product and we can't dismiss the fact that people want value for money. That's why those in the know always insist on the principle of information retrieval charges. Do you see how I'm right about that? This crazy post has been brought to you by the wacky stylings of Evhead/Play/Music and the latest hit single, The Web Is Dead. (Which, by the way, is not true because I happen to know that like stem-cell teeth, it's growing back.) Nice.

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