it was an introduction of The

Found at: zaibatsu.circumlunar.space:70/~visiblink/phlog/20190124

First, it was an introduction of The Large Internet[1] or 
the First Realm[2] into gopherspace and I'm determined to 
avoid that.

Second, some of the links submitted to LXer, which is 
-- and the absence of commercialization in this space is 
mportant to me and to many of you.

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my one-line manifesto, since it's use imputes the 'purity' 
of this little realm and I don't like the social 
mplications and history of that concept. I reserve the
necessary. Or maybe I will leave the phlog, since it's been 
quoted, and simply revise the statement elsewhere.

On the topic of phlog revision, I've been wondering about 
the etiquette around editing. I definitely do not produce 
they're still timely and contribute to debate. Afterwards, I 
caveats stated, my general practice is to leave my phlogs 
alone, including things I REALLY wish I hadn't written, 
because it seems unfair to readers and responders to change 
them once posted.

So what's the etiquette, phloggers? To revise or not to 

[1] gopher://republic.circumlunar.space/0/~spring/phlog/2019-01-16__The_Small_Internet.txt
[2] gopher://zaibatsu.circumlunar.space/h/~seliph/mayvaneday/archive/blog/2019/january/two-realms.html