We should be able to buy small blocks of web content as envisaged by the internet’s designers
There was a time before search engines and social media, when we had to actually type out URLs to navigate the internet. In those days, spelling mistakes would land you in little hypertext dead-ends—pages cryptically titled “404 Error: Page Not Found", which told you that even though you were connected to the correct server, it had no page corresponding to what you had keyed in. Standard response codes like this are part of the internet’s core design. A “401: Unauthorised" page says you need the right authentication to proceed, while a “403: Forbidden" page indicates that access to that page online has been disallowed.
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