Tuesday, January 28, 1997
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Our Mission Is Clear

Panic is setting in. Isn't it great!

CHAOS 1/28/97

Does it make you feel good to vent? Do you like inside gossip? International intrigue? Paranormal activity? Do you like to Suck? We sure as hell do.

We're Rogue and we're here to stick it to the man. (Actually, we just wanted to rant about how corporate America is ruining the web with bloated URL's, but we thought the "sticking to the man" line sounded sweeter.

For those of you heads who do not know about the evolution of the "corporate presence" on the Web, let me fill you in. Corporations saw a new medium (translation: another potential revenue stream), they wanted to be a part of it (they wanted to take it - and its lucrative advertising share - over), so they threw a heap of money at it (they threw money down a black hole for two years).

Those two years are up for many of these Orwellian-loving corporations, and they are finally waking up to a single cold hard fact (good morning, Pathfinder): There is no present-day revenue stream on the web (Please let me pay $19.95 for Slate, come on, please Bill). And there won't be for the near term. Slowly but surely, corporations are scaling back their on-line "divisions". Panic is setting in. Isn't it great!

I could go on and on (and we will), but we here at Rogue just wanted to start off by saying welcome, and thanks for coming by. We will be updating these vignettes on a monthly basis for starters. Tell your subversive friends about us. Because our mission is clear: We will singlehandedly kill all corporate web sites. If we can't do that, than we will make you chuckle.

Peace, love and Krispy Kreme's,

CHAOS