In 1991, while I was an intern at the San Francisco Chronicle, I read the book ‘Neuromancer’ by William Gibson. That was my introduction to cyberculture. About two or three years later, I got online. I never became an expert about the Internet, but I was always fascinated about the online world and its possibilities. A lot has happened since then, and I have tried to keep up. The purpose of this blog is to get me in the mix of the conversation about what defines the Web today, what makes it interesting and fun and funny, and what will shape it in the future. I love wacky memes. Here’s one that apparently popped up in the last few days. You can make your own here:Β 

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