thinkin about web3 discourse 

nearly every article in the popular press I've read about "web3" uncritically discusses "web 2.0" as though it's a historical/technical term (and not, as is actually the case, a marketing gimmick), and then contrasts it with "web 1.0" as though THAT refers to something and isn't just a back-formation demanded by the concept of "web 2.0." and "web3" is presented as the natural (if controversial) successor to these. simply by virtue of its number following in sequence?

well... uh... i'm making web 'finity plus one. so there

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