Yes, he still has complaints — most notably with the rise of local software applications at the expense of the open web on mobile devices. “If you’re browsing through an iPhone app, you can’t just take a URL and tweet it or email it to your friends,” he says. “When you have a URL, it’s part of the web, part of the discourse of humanity. People can see if they’re good or they’re bad. They can review them, and search engines can find them.