Way back in 1998, Salon co-founder Scott Rosenburg took a look at this thing called the Internet and didn’t much like what he saw. He lamented the ugly inefficiencies of the new web portals and mocked their efforts to homogenize the individual experiences we all have when we’re online. And he was frustrated by the poor performance of search engines.
But he also identified a bright light in cyberspace: the oddly named Google. He begins by describing the shortcomings of the other search engines.
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