i guess i knew intellectually that we had gone from "many websites are broken without js enabled" to "basically no websites work at all without js", but running with noscript enabled since yesterday has still been an experience, i tell you what.
i guess when i get all depressive about how the web is doomed, it's actually kind of calming to realize it already got replaced by a mile-thick layer of arbitrary dynamic language framework bullshit ages ago.
(which is to say that the web i used to make isn't _doomed_, it's just _gone_.)
(rest in peace, websites made out of some html and stuff. it was kinda good for a minute.)
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