The Internet is in a constant state of flux. When people usually talk about the several Terrabytes of information available on the ‘Net, they’re talking about the Internet at any one given time. Over the course of its history, the Internet has spawned new services, functions, and ways of reevaluating the way we use computers. It has enabled giants to get larger and have more leverage (think Microsoft) and also has been fortuitous in helping share free software with the world.
Throughout all of the changes caused by the ‘Net, one aspect about it remains the same: It’s still changing.
Because of this fact, I’ve been reorganizing directory structures on LinuxArt.com, and, at the request of Trae, tweaking various parts of my site (namely the photo viewer). I’m doing my part of changing the Web. How about you?