Internet as Labyrinth

recycledspam100. . . the internet is a labyrinth waiting to be explored, added to and to have new navigational journeys charted within it. There is already an overwhelming amount of information online, and those who provide a service do so with a filter rather than a funnel. I have a feeling that what will distinguish good weblogs from great weblogs over the next few years, will not be the content or the links, but the navigational structures we create to lead people through creative and transformative experiences with information. From Recycled Spam.


Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.

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  • will was here says:

    Will – this is andrew – you had a comment here about “Understanding Media and i accidently deleted it – sorry about that – i found your comment in my email and am posting it here;
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    When McLuhan wrote “Understanding Media” he thought we were approaching the “technological simulation of consciousness”. Nice to know that the effectiveness of the global nervous system is still a function of human intervention.

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