More From Cramer on the Internet Lacking Fun Stuff

from the he-just-doesn't-stop dept

Yesterday we posted about Jim Cramer saying the internet wasn’t fun any more. Apparently that column hit a nerve with a lot of his readers, and he’s got more to say on the matter. At first it seems that some people tried to get him to look at some cool sites, but then he brushes all that aside saying most people agree that the web has become too impersonal and too big businessy. The problem, according to him, is that the web used to be interactive, but now it’s just too big, so the interactivity has been reduced. I see what he’s talking about, but I still think there’s an element of interactivity that makes it fun. Maybe it’s just that I spend too much time focused on lesser known sites (like Techdirt) that are more willing and able to communicate with its readers.

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