speaking of www, did everyone just kinda stop using that at all? i'm not complaining, but it seems like it just kinda disappeared and nobody batted an eye

That and it took way too long for speech. Also "the world wide web" branding is no longer useful.

@ctrlaltdog it's only the default name of a web server within a serving NAT, it's not that important
it used to be that NATs and LANs did not exist

@ctrlaltdog browsers got better at parsing URLs so you didn’t have to type it, or specify http:// vs https:// (other formats usually have to be specified by maybe not always? Not sure) and they’re ugly so everyone immediately dropped it from their branding

But also i think some newer tld sites genuinely aren’t www.s but idk about that

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