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9ec229907222048f1f22bcad3a7bf0c24c804277 — Arcade Wise 4 months ago feee4b2
Thanks Sophie
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          <a href="/"> ~/hedonism.md </a>
          
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      <div class="content"><h1>hedonism</h1>
<p>[ In response to someone saying their writing was meaningless]
Isn't everything, in the end?
We exist for a mere microsecond on a cosmic scale, and are remembered for little more
How many people do you know from ancient egypt? Like 1 or 2, out of millions.
Odds are you'll be forgotten and insignificant.
So have fun! Do what you want! Make your life mean something to you and those you love.
Maximize for your pleasure while minimizing others suffering!
So if your writing is meaningless, who cares? You had fun writing it!
Others enjoyed reading it! It was good!</p>
<p>I personally call this approach to life Hedonistic Nihilism, which is just really
fun to say, and a great philosophy if I do say so myself.</p>
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<p>Most people consider the internet to have been invented in 1983, as that is the
year that the standard of TCP/IP (Transfer Control Protocol/Internetwork
Protocol) was formalized, creating a standard way of sending data from computer
to computer. Web 1 was characterized by static, informative content.</p>
<p>Now why would people build such a boring internet? Well, they were academics,
to computer, but that wouldn't be the begining of the web.</p>
<p>Web 1 starts with Tim Berners-Lee. In 1989 he created HTTP (Hyper Text Transport
Protocol), a method of sending documents over the IP stack that we still use
today! Because of the rudimentary nature of this protocol, Web 1 was
characterized by static, informative content.
Now why would people build such a boring internet? Well, they were academics,
sooooo.</p>
<h3>Web 2.0</h3>
<p>Web 2 is considered to have started in the mid to late 90s, when technologies


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<p>Web 3.0 was originally considered to be the &quot;semantic web,&quot; that is, an internet
where the content itself is machine parseable and easily contextulized. That's a
whole bunch of buzzwords for basically &quot;look at this data, this data is
related!&quot; The idea was created by the <em>creator of HTTP himself</em>
related!&quot; The idea was created by the <em>the guy we talked about earlier</em>
<a href="https://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/">Tim Berners-Lee</a>, an idea I love, and
if you do too, then look into the IndieWeb!</p>
<p><div class='imgcontainer'><img alt='A description is directly below this image, prefaced by a tilde.' src="/static/indie.png" /> <p class='image-alt'>~ "A whole bunch of IndieWeb protocols"</p></div></p>

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# hedonism

[ In response to someone saying their writing was meaningless]
Isn't everything, in the end?
We exist for a mere microsecond on a cosmic scale, and are remembered for little more
How many people do you know from ancient egypt? Like 1 or 2, out of millions. 
Odds are you'll be forgotten and insignificant.
So have fun! Do what you want! Make your life mean something to you and those you love.
Maximize for your pleasure while minimizing others suffering!
So if your writing is meaningless, who cares? You had fun writing it!
 Others enjoyed reading it! It was good!


I personally call this approach to life Hedonistic Nihilism, which is just really
 fun to say, and a great philosophy if I do say so myself.

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Most people consider the internet to have been invented in 1983, as that is the
year that the standard of TCP/IP (Transfer Control Protocol/Internetwork
Protocol) was formalized, creating a standard way of sending data from computer
to computer. Web 1 was characterized by static, informative content.
to computer, but that wouldn't be the begining of the web.

Web 1 starts with Tim Berners-Lee. In 1989 he created HTTP (Hyper Text Transport
Protocol), a method of sending documents over the IP stack that we still use
today! Because of the rudimentary nature of this protocol, Web 1 was 
characterized by static, informative content.
Now why would people build such a boring internet? Well, they were academics,
sooooo.



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Web 3.0 was originally considered to be the "semantic web," that is, an internet 
where the content itself is machine parseable and easily contextulized. That's a
whole bunch of buzzwords for basically "look at this data, this data is
related!" The idea was created by the _creator of HTTP himself_ 
related!" The idea was created by the _the guy we talked about earlier_ 
[Tim Berners-Lee](https://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/), an idea I love, and
if you do too, then look into the IndieWeb!