The Internet doesn’t know everything any more…

…not that it ever did, but for a long time there were lots of people like me around the world, spending time getting as much information into the Internet as possible (with the added aim of making as much of it accessible as possible as well). But now there are gaps. There always have been gaps, but where they existed and were important to someone or anyone, they were filled with information by enthusiasts of model trains, language quirks (big nod to Tylor Jones and his June29 language site), research papers (citeseer) and a whole host of things that most people didn’t know existed til then. But that doesn’t happen so often anymore. I was an early adopter of the Internet (see under Geek Code) but I think I blinked, and in the time that I was blinking, the Internet went from being an inderground collective dedicated to freedom of…