- Charging that Microsoft has started hijacking browser users who mistype an address (users are sent to a Microsoft page rather than shown a generic error message), Yahoo! has started doing some hijacking of its own.
- Microsoft has started excluding non-MS users from parts of its website (which, thanks in part to the hijacking described above, regularly ranks among the most visited sites on the Internet.)
- My favorite company, Jupiter Media Metrix, is bought out by its own closest rival in the fuzzy world of custom Internet research (which permits companies like Microsoft to hijack users and then sell ads based on inflated traffic reports).
Battle for Internet Dominance
An English professor tries to help ChatGPT write and revise a sonnet
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The internet’s memory is fading in front of us. Preserve what you can.
Students must learn how to get things wrong. Only one subject does that. [English.]
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RIP Metaverse, we hardly knew ye