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I Have a Dream...

I have a vision of someday creating a web portal.
In today's world, most wired people (if you're reading this, that's you) visit at least a dozen sites daily, sometimes hundreds. I honestly check ~50 sites before noon; I have 17 links at the top of my FireFox browser staring at me waiting to be molested. Of course, the most common reason for checking these sites is to be informed, whether it be local/national news, sports, blogs, Fark, and yes - even celebrity gossip, etc. And we all know how wildly popular Facebook and MySpace are. If I can just devise a way to combine the sites that my social network views online, and then create a way that recommends that material to me, I think that would be vanguard of Kanye capacity. It's one thing for someone to provide RSS feeds to their site, but to have only the information that matters to you is what sets it apart. Maybe Google's already working on this. Or maybe Mark Zuckerberg. If nobody is, I'd like to announce that this web portal is patent pending. At any rate, we can all agree that the general intelligence of our society is directly related to how fluently we share information: printing press --> radio --> television --> internet. Think about it: annoucements, blogs, general news... all filtered and peer-rated before it rears its ugly head on my cell phone iPod! I'm giddy just thinking about 2006!
And oh yeah, welcome to my new blog.

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