Although I originally posted this a while ago in hopes of saving the web (https://linux.org/threads/make-the-web-great-again.38527/), I've gradually come to the realization that the web itself has become a dumpster fire and it needs to be replaced. For one thing, this isn't the first time or way Google has managed to monopolize the web. (Not trying to get political when saying this) the Patriot Act turned the web into surveillance tool for the US Government, and now there's a major concern about KOSA (Kids Online Safety Act) making surveillance even more of a problem if it becomes passed. Lastly, there's been a stupid trend of making webpages heavier and more complex to navigate. Thankfully, the Gemini protocol has been starting to gain traction, and even though the initial goal wasn't to replace the web, I'm sure when push comes to shove, more people are going to cause it to become defunct.