N3twork came out of nowhere in June of this year with some very impressive stats: veterans from Electronic Arts(s ea), Apple(s aapl), and DeNA, and a Series A round of $12 million from Google(s goog) Ventures, Kleiner Perkins and Floodgate. But for all of its hype, there wasn’t really any product to show for it — other than a promise that it would be an app that would reinvent the Internet.
Now, as the company releases its app for iPhone and iPad on Thursday, there’s more context surrounding CEO Neil Young’s cryptic explanation of an “interest-centric network.”
“If you think about the way that the internet has developed, we’re in the twilight of its second iteration. The first iteration of the internet, from inception, was the Web. Great companies were born out of HTML and domains, and the ability to find web pages,” Young explained. “The second iteration of the Internet is…
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