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Urbit and the Not-So-Dark Future of the Internet

A dark genius is remaking the internet to revolve around the user

Image: Tlon, urbit.org

The internet is ostensibly a happiness engine. Studies prove that connection makes humans happy, perhaps happier than anything else, and the internet, at its core, is a connection machine. Yet studies also show that the more time we spend online, the more depressed we are…

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