"The urge to hug a departed loved one again or prevent atrocities are among the compelling reasons that keep the notion of time travel alive in the minds of many. While the idea makes for great fiction, some scientists now say traveling to the past is impossible. "
Yet I see countless people using the "Home" button in the browser to point to someone else's pages. Are most people on the web now "homeless", living on the virtual streets or barracked anonymously in some neofeudal corporate lord's vast virtual estates? Even bloggers don't always seem to twig that the home button is there to take you to your *own* home — in the blogger's case, they ARE actually fully maintaining a modern version of a home page for themselves, yet I see bloggers with their "home" button pointing at some pointless corporate site, and their own blog in a deep bookmark.
I think the loss of the "my home page" as a web phenomenon is kind of sad, and contributing to the decay of large chunks of the web into a more one-way medium. So, what's to be done? Rename the "Home" button to "My Blog" or "My Own Site" so that the youngsters these days get what it was always there for? Any other suggestions? Or am I worrying over nothing?"