Apr 17, 2013
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In its wonderful vagueness, HTTP encoded a profoundly upbeat idea about our ability to come together, to fill in the blanks. And that crazy optimism has proven to be correct. Over the past two decades HTTP has forced us, almost accidentally, to clarify what sorts of information are worth defending.

Meet the Web’s Operating System: HTTP | Wired Magazine | Wired.com

Paul Ford with a fantastic piece on the importance of HTTP.

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