Yes VC Partner Caterina Fake spoke at Harvard’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society online event titled “Hindsight is 20/20,” alongside David Bohnett, founder of Geocities, and Nancy Baym, Sr. Principal Research Manager, Microsoft Research, and moderated by BKC fellow Jad Esber. The group reflected on the current state of creator platforms and social media as part of a long lineage and series of decisions that have made the Internet what it is today and discussed what today’s builders should consider in the next iteration of the web. They shared their thoughts on answers to the questions of how can we make sense of where we are today? What can we understand about the decisions that were made and the structures we had in place? And, most importantly, how can the builders of new platforms that also intend to “bring the world closer together”, “give everyone the power to create” or “organize the world’s information” do it better?