Sunday, December 26, 2010
Theopeninter.net, A Visual Guide To Net Neutrality
With Theopeninter.net, web designer Michael Ciarlo has given you the holiday gift of being able to explain to the less web savvy members of your friends and family what net neutrality means (basically) and why exactly laymen should care about the FCC's recent attempts to create "enforcable" Internet regulations. And while granted there's a lot more complexity surrounding the issue than "All ISPs are inherently evil and want to charge you for Skype." Theopeninter.net does, as Reddit commenter lolinyerface (yeah I know) put it, "The job of showing how things we get for free now, could one day be per item additional cost."