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    Don’t worry, Google will soon start showing the expected (but incorrect) domain name in Chrome.

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      Sarcasm?

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        I don’t think it is, even if it is, it’s not far from the truth of google hiding paths in the url bar

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      AMP is probably my least favorite thing to happen to the internet in the last ~3 years.

      Does it bring me anything of value? Slightly faster load times /sometimes/ ?

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        Nope. It brings you and me confusion and Google ad revenue. I’m frustrated that it’s effectively a centralization push for aspects of the Internet that have historically be decentralized.

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        The bit about Google AMP pages address confusing people is spot on. I’ve just had to tell my wife about it (she’s starting a blog/site on parenting and Google told her there are AMP errors - panic mode on!!).

        What happened to the effort out allowing AMP on own domains?

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          What happened to the effort out allowing AMP on own domains?

          A PM for a new chat app jingled their keys and now AMP is dead.