Analog Concepts in a Digital World part 3: Centralization

One key prospect of the internet, upon its arrival, was the advent that it didn’t belong to anyone, but to everyone. However now, many are concerned that the biggest players in the centralized internet (social media) now own the web, and if you wish to gain any audience, you must sing in their hall. So, is the future of the internet centralized? Will there be a decentralized revolution? If there is, what does that mean for the user experience?

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