There's an increasing sense of tiredness, frustration and anger at the end of WebTwoPointZero.
It's not the hyped-up search for WebThreePointZero or TheNextBigThing. Instead it's a return to seeking something of the openness and freedom that has been lost with the rise of giants like Twitter, Facebook and Google.
I get a sense that the reboot is coming. Not a sudden backlash against Facebook or other giant. More a rolling recognition of the loss that Dash talks about. A subtle but increasing desire to take back control over our own online lives.