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My Final Guess

It is

Pattern (@Henrique Valle but in singular)

  1. Stanza

    The Prefix of the modern Age "E" (@1848, @Astralbee) in a boxy Cage [e]

  2. Stanza

    Me and my friends refers to a "." and the "t" that will show up in the third Stanza. The box with rounded ends are parantheses which leaves us with [e](.t) so far (@Henrique Valle and @insert_name_here)

  3. Stanza

    is his friend minute,second,year (@Astralbee again)-> time ->t set free which brings us to our final regex pattern [e](.)t

  4. Getting the word

    if we use the pattern on the whole poem we end up with "p att ern" so i guess i missed something for excluding spaces in the poem and the answer is "pattern"

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. Final correction

    News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread aroundAs already suspected my second stanza interpretation wasn't quite right but got the whole world within secondsjob done. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper boxintended solution would've been "a-z" or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed"A-Za-z" in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often [A-Za-z] in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boringbox with rounded ends ([A-Za-z]).

  3. The friend set free This is Timeour capture group which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It couldnow also refer todeals with the newspaper Times which can be bought at shopstwo spaces i encountered. Complete Pattern: / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent[Ee]([A-Za-z])t

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2. My two previous guesses

Inside of that box i have messengersNews/email-programms that display addressesInformation and you add an address to a letterAddress

At Last 3can be found in the edit history. They didn't contribute to the final answer and make this post way too big.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

Update

My Final Guess

It is

Pattern (@Henrique Valle but in singular)

  1. Stanza

    The Prefix of the modern Age "E" (@1848, @Astralbee) in a boxy Cage [e]

  2. Stanza

    Me and my friends refers to a "." and the "t" that will show up in the third Stanza. The box with rounded ends are parantheses which leaves us with [e](.t) so far (@Henrique Valle and @insert_name_here)

  3. Stanza

    is his friend minute,second,year (@Astralbee again)-> time ->t set free which brings us to our final regex pattern [e](.)t

  4. Getting the word

    if we use the pattern on the whole poem we end up with "p att ern" so i guess i missed something for excluding spaces in the poem and the answer is "pattern"

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

Update

My Final Guess

It is

Pattern (@Henrique Valle but in singular)

  1. Stanza

    The Prefix of the modern Age "E" (@1848, @Astralbee) in a boxy Cage [e]

  2. Stanza

    Me and my friends refers to a "." and the "t" that will show up in the third Stanza. The box with rounded ends are parantheses which leaves us with [e](.t) so far (@Henrique Valle and @insert_name_here)

  3. Stanza

    is his friend minute,second,year (@Astralbee again)-> time ->t set free which brings us to our final regex pattern [e](.)t

  4. Getting the word

    if we use the pattern on the whole poem we end up with "p att ern" so i guess i missed something for excluding spaces in the poem and the answer is "pattern"

  5. Final correction

    As already suspected my second stanza interpretation wasn't quite right but got the job done. The intended solution would've been "a-z" or "A-Za-z" in a box [A-Za-z] in a box with rounded ends ([A-Za-z]). This is our capture group which now also deals with the two spaces i encountered. Complete Pattern: [Ee]([A-Za-z])t

My two previous guesses

News/Information and Address

can be found in the edit history. They didn't contribute to the final answer and make this post way too big.

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Update

My Final Guess

It is

Pattern (@Henrique Valle but in singular)

  1. Stanza

    The Prefix of the modern Age "E" (@1848, @Astralbee) in a boxy Cage [e]

  2. Stanza

    Me and my friends refers to a "." and the "t" that will show up in the third Stanza. The box with rounded ends are parantheses which leaves us with [e](.t) so far (@Henrique Valle and @insert_name_here)

  3. Stanza

    is his friend minute,second,year (@Astralbee again)-> time ->t set free which brings us to our final regex pattern [e](.)t

  4. Getting the word

    if we use the pattern on the whole poem we end up with "p att ern" so i guess i missed something for excluding spaces in the poem and the answer is "pattern"

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

Update

My Final Guess

It is

Pattern (@Henrique Valle but in singular)

  1. Stanza

    The Prefix of the modern Age "E" (@1848, @Astralbee) in a boxy Cage [e]

  2. Stanza

    Me and my friends refers to a "." and the "t" that will show up in the third Stanza. The box with rounded ends are parantheses which leaves us with [e](.t) so far (@Henrique Valle and @insert_name_here)

  3. Stanza

    is his friend minute,second,year (@Astralbee again)-> time ->t set free which brings us to our final regex pattern [e](.)t

  4. Getting the word

    if we use the pattern on the whole poem we end up with "p att ern" so i guess i missed something for excluding spaces in the poem and the answer is "pattern"

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

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My Guess would beAnother attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

My Guess would be

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

Another attempt:

News (also works for 'Information')

  1. News are often displayed in boxes for example on twitter/facebook or in emails. Interesting news spread around the whole world within seconds. The boxy cage could also refer to a newspaper box or simply a monitor / phone screen. According to google we're also in the "Information Age" right now.

  2. The News are displayed in posts (boxes) on a screen (another box), or in newspapers which are often in boxes too. News also make communication better because a conversation without information/news is pretty boring.

  3. The friend set free is Time which shows up in popups and notifications to notify/alert people about the new news before they're "old news". It could also refer to the newspaper Times which can be bought at shops / newspaper boxes until they're out of stock/spent

And for the hint:

  1. I'd say the plan is to spread the news which wouldn't have worked if you kept all the news for yourself/together

Old Guess

Address

With 1.

IP-Address in my Phone/Router/PC makes my messages fly at supersonic speed

And 2.

Inside of that box i have messengers/email-programms that display addresses and you add an address to a letter

At Last 3.

Not sure on that one i'm guessing the "friend set free" is referring to a date in a message and the "alert someone before we're spent" to the ipv4-Addresses (which are running out)

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