The concept of a ‘websites for the 21st century’ is an idea that is gaining momentum.
It’s a concept that is so important to our society that the idea of ‘a website for the 2020s’ was first proposed.
It is one that could save lives, it could help our children get ahead, and it could save money.
But there is one problem: the idea is not new.
And yet, the concept of ‘sites for the next decade’ has been around for more than 20 years.
What is the problem?
In the past decade, we’ve seen the proliferation of internet service providers (ISPs) and the proliferation in the use of mobile devices, so there is a greater likelihood that these sites could become more common in the future.
There is a big problem with the concept though.
It doesn’t really work.
And it is time we address it.
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