Today's Internet is what happens when evolution is a rush-job. Each piece bolted-on to the last in an architecture founded on principles first envisioned 40 years ago. Appropriated and constructed to serve the few - not the many.
Today, almost every one of our digital actions is managed and governed by one of a tiny handful of major centralized entities in the online world.
But what if the internet of the future didn't have to be the internet of the past? What if we weren't afraid to dream that it could be decentralized, equal, secure and constructed for all people - not just big people.