The end of the social internet creates new avenues
Robin Sloan invites us to take this opportunity of the “overdue MySpace-ification” of the social epoch to get weird again:
I am thinking specifically of experimentation around “ways of relating online”. I’ve used that phrase before, and I acknowledge it might be a bit obscure … but, for me, it captures the rich overlap of publishing and networking, media and conviviality. It’s this domain that was so decisively captured in the 2010s, and it’s this domain that is newly up for grabs.