The best future of the internet may be peer-to-peer. The Beaker Browser
offers a glimpse.
When Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, he envisioned a single
software package that allowed everyone to create and read pages across
the internet. Much has happened in the intervening years, but this idea
is starting to come back.
Many of the web's founders now realize that they didn't sign up for a
web dominated by a few giant corporations relying on collecting massive
amounts of data on its users to sell to advertisers.