Sam Biddle | Gizmodo
When an entire generation of computer users first poked our doe-eyed faces onto a young internet, many of us were greeted with a single, encompassing, monolithic face peering back: the AOL Home Screen. To call it a young internet isn't even fair--it was a mature, thriving AOL. It was ubiquitous, it was powerful, it was everything--and it ended up destroying itself, too flawed by design to last. And someone's trying to rebuild the Death Star.
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