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* Bullard, Claude L (Len) <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2005-08-11 17:04]:
> From: 'Alan Gutierrez' [mailto:email@example.com]
> What do you think the web will do in the theatre of the absurd
> that isn't being done in the real world already?
> Use a false argument such as "teach the controversy" to get
> political action for an issue in which there is only one side.
Political arguments are not true or false, they just are.
> It's boobery.
It's working. They Creationists have framed the debate in such
a way that the debate can be had. That's a coup.
> I'm voting for a woman in the next presidential election. Two
> boobs are better than one.
I'm not arguing in favor of Intelligent Design, I'm saying that
My point was, that the 'democratization' of information is a
process that is already alive and well, does not require Web 2.0.
The argument that democracy is nothing more than mob-rule is
old, tired. Enhancing the process of 'democratization' will only
make that argument older, ever more tired.
Alan Gutierrez - firstname.lastname@example.org