Give a technician a hammer, and soon she'll see nails everywhere.
Why use other tools, if a hammer works so well?
This is pretty much the position that HTTP is in, and this is far
from well-deserved. A healthy Internet requires a plethora of protocols,
all optimised for their particular purposes.
Although the InternetWide Architecture is building structures to support
advanced modern-day users now and in the far future, the properties of
personal control over online identity can start really modest, with a
simple phone number.