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Chris Anderson: Very smart @anildash analysis on how social and mobile are eroding the open Web http://t.co/Lq5nQ2Vf #TheWebIsDead

mattyglesias: Important argument about The Web That Was RT @tjl: only just reading this now: a very good post by @anildash http://t.co/hEKbTb3k

azeem: The Web We Lost http://t.co/ygGaEWhZ via @dashes

Ben Hammersley: A man reads Anil Dash's "The Web We Lost" - http://t.co/vBl30YjZ - and stares at the horizon. "Etech reunion." he whispers. "Make the call."

Kara Swisher: great piece by @anildash The Web We Lost: http://t.co/AMVb1Duh

Gina Trapani: When @anildash told me he was writing this I was like "yah whatever cool" then I read it and it knocked my socks off http://t.co/PDi2mJW7

Anil Dash: If you didn't understand why so many old-timers were excited about Flickr's return, learn about the web we loved then: http://t.co/begLMSsY

Mathew Ingram: +! RT @kleinmatic: If you like the Internet you should read this right now: The Web We Lost by @anildash http://t.co/JChldvl5

Scott Klein: If you like the Internet you should read this right now: The Web We Lost by @anildash http://t.co/MibkauyS

craignewmark: RT @venessapaech: The Web We Lost http://t.co/6rLmOeVU by @anildash #fb #li

news.yc Popular: The Web We Lost-- Anil Dash http://t.co/XBfazKjc

Mathew Ingram: "We've lost key features that we used to rely on [and] abandoned core values that used to be fundamental to the web" http://t.co/JChldvl5

Anil Dash: Can't believe Technorati-circa-2005 offered better social search than we have today. A rumination The Web We Lost: http://t.co/begLMSsY

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