posted on Dec, 21 2011 @ 09:16 PM
Like the title asks, won't it? More importantly, what will you do without it?
Over the years the internet has because a vast repertoire of information that is impossible for one person to go through. It would be such a shame for
it to disappear overnight, or at least quarantined from view of the pesky nobodies. Of course it wouldn't all disappear, but I guarantee the
selection you'll be given will be an impoverished knowledge base compared to what it once was. A generation of people could go without knowledge of
how they got to where they are, and without it, their recollection would be muddied by propaganda, fear, and apathy. This world is becoming more of a
possibility by the day. Even if it doesn't get passed in January, it's not like the issue is going to go away. It's just a matter of time...
There's a lot of information on the internet, but what would be worth saving? Videos of politicians on their word? General education? PDFs of "How
to DIY" and manuals? Videos and/or documents that might point the finger at perpetrators of conspiracy? Audio recordings of speakers? Webpages?
All of these things could potentially be lost to the general public, and I've begun to feel an urgency about things that I would miss had my access
to them had become severed. I've never really tried archive anything I came across, but I think I'm going to start to while I still have the
Has anyone else felt this way?
What is important to save so that we don't forget?