Ten cents a dance

In the early days of the web, there were bizarre websites and blogs and other corners of the internet where people just ranted or posted their favorite accordion music or whatever interested them. Not everything was a pitch for a book deal or a marketing gambit aimed at building a “viral” success, but now that seems to be the norm. Sociologist danah boyd (who spells her name without capital letters) at one point said she enjoyed Chatroulette — which became well known for naked people using it to flash others — because it was a flashback to the randomness the internet used to consist of.

— Mathew Ingram

That's the reason this blog is still a load of baloney with an ever-changing template and a readership of three. The world needs more untethered nonsense with low stakes, low returns, a filthy mouth, and zero share buttons.

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Source: https://gigaom.com/2013/09/29/why-we-mourn...