The concept behind interlink.world and several hundred associated domains, ideas and projects stem from independent complexity research and a resulting meta-model formalism which we will describe and explain in scientific papers. We hope to find cooperation at this early stage of publishing and are aware about the problematic and time-intense formulations across our work. We hoped to decentralize all concepts and approaches since the beginning but were not able to network with any experienced software engineers, logicians or mathematicians. This implies that we actively need input and feedback, and hope for cooperation with, these areas. We aspire to re-design the concepts of internet and software, as well as service and communication systems into a new type of digital infrastructure. The complexity of our current networks and systems makes necessary multiplex understanding and we introduce architectures which are grounded on complexity theoretic understanding and designed for multiplex compatibility, usability and connectivity.