30 years of HTML. The revolution began in Geneva. Berners-Lee, Jobs, Torvalds and many more. They all made the Internet what it is today. The home hard drive? No Cloud must come, Dropbox 2 Terrabyte. Am I the only one who has lost the complete overview of his private data? I don’t want to think about the company servers anymore. Is all this actually relevant? Apparently, the Internet drives everything, but the stress and isolation (everyone on the smartphone) lead to a question: is it all worth it? The complete uncloud can’t be the solution either. It’s this feeling of being powerless over the amount of data that I think is the worst. What if there is a huge blackout?