The new internet

I saw a website the other day. And it was likeI had never seen a. Website before! I remember my first pressings on a local irc and a Linux server. Then aol. Compuserve. And local… I can’t remember what it was called. It was an internet on cruzio but it only spanned Santa a Cruz. You could posts in listservs I think but they were only local. Anyway.

This website redefined the website. At first I was like, what is this? Did they mean to do it like this? They had to. It’s the essence of summer. What genius thought this up? How would you even think this up? It’s like this subtle redefining of normal. And it just fits right in like, isn’t this how the internet has always been? Or shouldn’t it have? It’s good. It’s a good website. Like, oh, yeah, this is how we do the internet. The way it should be.

It’s a totally streamlined corporate website. But it’s also summer, the season. You ask yourself, how did I get into summer the season? This is strange! Have I always been here? What’s going on?

It kind of just loads on your browser, and then it takes over your browser like a virus. It’s way more infectious than cookies. Not chocolate chip. The little things that go in your web browser.

I still can’t quite pin it down. It’s kind of subversive. What is it? I don’t know. But I can’t stop thinking about it.

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