when you type in a url, remember that the www stands for "woof woof woof"
@ctrlaltdog yeah good tbh it was kind of ugly
@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 current state of the web:
no-www.org is dead: http://web.archive.org/web/20151122043305/http://no-www.org:80/
https://www.yes-www.org/ is still alive
www.www.extra-www.org is dead: http://web.archive.org/web/20081217064517/http://www.www.extra-www.org/
World Wide Weeb
@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
@ctrlaltdog "woof" should be the true 'w' letter name
@ctrlaltdog oh NO
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