Back in 2007, when I 'woke up', the internet was abundant with information. There was a lot of crap to dig through, but at least there was something to dig through that wasn't prefiltered by algorithmes like it is now. Does anybody know of a search engine that is not bothered by that? James Corbet also mentioned this problem in one of his more recent podcasts: the information is out there, but the current search engines prevent you from finding it. These days I rely more on some podcasts, like 'the noagendashow' where about a million listeners help 'produce' the show and their personal 'searchengine' bingit.io lets you dig through their shownotes archive, there is a wealth of information there but it is obviously not like the regular search engines were over a decade ago.