Given the vast morass of information now available one thing people can do is serve as filters and gatherers, collecting lists of what they consider to be salient links. Of course, many published hotlists are just long miscellaneous lists. The other possibility is of course to write something worth reading. For despite all the multimedia hype many complex and abstract concepts are best expressed through the abstract medium of words, not through visual and aural substitutes. The latter are certainly entertaining and useful for demonstrations, but it is language and its written representation that Homo sapiens is best suited for.
So my Web philosophy follows fairly clearly from this. I can collect important links, but I should be careful to group them so as to enhance perceptability. I've been doing this all along, actually, with my philosophical, political, and literary pages. But even better, I should write, and say things. And I do think highly enough of myself to think I can say interesting things well, if I scrape my act together. So that's what this should be.