savetheinternetblog_image.jpgReading Chez Pim today, I came across some alarming info:

One of the Internet's great strengths is that a single blogger or a small political group can inexpensively create a Web page that is just as accessible to the world as Microsoft's home page. But this democratic Internet would be in danger if the companies that deliver Internet service changed the rules so that Web sites that pay them money would be easily accessible, while little-guy sites would be harder to access, and slower to navigate. [New York Times editorial desk]

So, I'll participate in Pim's Day Without Foodblogs

Why You Should Care About Net Neutrality [Slate]
Keeping a Democratic Web [New York Times]
Catching the Web in a Net of Neutrality [Washington Post]
This day is without foodblogs [Chez Pim]

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