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Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:10:43 [Preview] No. 22539
is it just me or zoomers are killing the internet?


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:12:32 [Preview] No.22540 del
Not sure if "zoomers" themselves are the problem, but the availability of the internet for the masses sure was a mistake.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 19:22:50 [Preview] No.22541 del
>>22539
zoomers are indeed big part of the problem, but overall internet provides huge opportunities and stuff and avarage person has no idea to what to do with it.
overall they spread cancer because they dont know any better, and of wide range of opportunities make this process easier for them.


Bernd 01/20/2019 (Sun) 22:29:13 [Preview] No.22547 del
It is pretty fun to see posts about death of internet when you've seen that death in late 2000s already.

(and some people will say this about 90s)


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 05:23:39 [Preview] No.22548 del
The west died in 2007/2008.

Black president.
Financial collapse.
Mass immigration.
Iphone/Tablets that enable even the virtually brain dead to web browse.

Everything has been a downhill ride since. I can only imagine the utter dystopia zoomers will live to see.


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 05:52:27 [Preview] No.22549 del
>>22548
I find it that commercial prooducts and HDMI are pretty nice.


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 05:56:50 [Preview] No.22550 del
In 2007 blip.tv and myspace were still viable. The reason internet seems to be dying is because nobody is doing their own shit but crying that the existing options aren't good enough.


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 06:30:41 [Preview] No.22553 del
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>>22550
This. not the torfag who spammed here Only leaving this one comment, by bios


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 06:40:23 [Preview] No.22554 del
>>22550
True.
There are more possibilities than ever. Why internet is more and more centralized instead the reverse? Why oldschool sites aren't thriving? Like hobbist ones.
Yes, maybe big companies are monopolizing stuff like how Google controls most people's searches what they can find and cannot. However the number those who use alternative means and know internet is way larger than facebook and wikipedia is way larger than the audience was back when the internet was "good".


‮ 》》《《Σℛ/⋀ℳ/∺Σ₭⋀ℛ†§》》《《 Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 10:10:51 [Preview] No.22556 del
will intrenet kill zommers?


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 14:08:13 [Preview] No.22557 del
I don't think it's anything to do with age groups, since boomers are the ones who created the shitty zoomer social media sites in the first place. I think the biggest mistake people made was the use of irl identities online.


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 16:17:54 [Preview] No.22563 del
>>22557
i don't even care about zoomers but they seems like a "final solution" for internet

they're majority now and their collective iq is negative


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 17:36:55 [Preview] No.22571 del
One problem is the over-commercialization of the net. Everything is business now, or everyone wants to make money out of his site, not just cover the cost but make profit. With minimum work. Why write an interesting article with original research when you can just copypaste shit from Wikipedia? Why give honest, informative opinion on stuff when you can shill products and services? Why make a fast loading, aestethic site when you can just plaster everything with ads? Etc etc.


Bernd 01/21/2019 (Mon) 17:55:55 [Preview] No.22572 del
The internet is no longer what it was during the 90s, and it's been that way for quite a while.


Bernd 01/23/2019 (Wed) 03:33:33 [Preview] No.22675 del
>>22554
There may be a natural tendency for monopolies in social media. Keins who join exclusively for small talk with their family and friends will enter the site where those people already are, which is most likely the largest social media company. And people/institutions seeking the widest possible audience, from advertisers to attention whores, will always go for the largest site. Furthermore, these effects are self-reinforcing. This allowed previously small social media sites with the tiniest advantages over their competitors to grow exponentially and carve massive empires for themselves.


Bernd 01/23/2019 (Wed) 17:19:39 [Preview] No.22688 del
>>22675
This is also true. All adds to the snowball. Peer pressure and convenience.


cont. Bernd 01/23/2019 (Wed) 17:22:00 [Preview] No.22689 del
>>22688
But still large number of people should use the net who would prefer the pre-monopolies era.



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