Selber's neophytic digital rhetorical literacy

A random observation that floored me, reminding me just how different today’s Internet is from the trusty, dusty, crusty home PCs on which I first learned the command-line interface.

Today’s front page of The New York Times is over 129 kilobytes of code alone, with another 461 KB of supporting code, give or take. That’s over a third of a floppy. Oh noes! (crd704ige)