|>>|| No. 15866
I'm very relaxed about it honestly. Give me a week or two after it passes to download a few films and then let the internet sink quietly into the sea. Almost everywhere on the wider internet has become tedious, derivative, and commercialised. Things have crossed a line and now it seems it'll be more fun watching them tear the internet apart than to see where it would develop without outside interference.
The more they play up how it'll fuck over people who made YouTube their job, or how memes might get banned, or how you won't be able to post buzzfeed clickbait to your facebook feed anymore the more I think everything else is a fair price to pay. I know I won't enjoy the process as much as I pretend I do, but the result is an equilibrium position of just ignoring it and not caring. Either things will stay as bad as they are now, or they'll be bad in a different way.