The decentralized web is gaining popularity, snowballing into mainstream popularity. However, many parts of the decentralized web feel like the early days of the internet. The decentralized web today is very much like the Wild West. There are no default pages to go to for a new Web3 user to explore all that Web3 has to offer. Instead, a fractured and sometimes-inaccessible network of applications welcomes new users. You can't go to something like Google and find a web page on the decentralized web. How do you manage to browse the new websites and find one that suits your interest?
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.ipfs.io/2021-11-17-Community-Highlight-Esteroids