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Re: Censorship alive and well on frameusers


Great comments. I'm not trying to stir any fire up on the list, but I wanted to say I agree with you. More often than not we are subjected to technology because someone chose it for us, not the other way around.

Perhaps your concerns have been heard and maybe someone with a "clue" will listen. "The Cluetrain Manifesto" does indeed spell out the issue you are describing and explains why it doesn't work anymore. Unfortunately, some people need control. While the move away from online control is inevitable, it may be a slow one in some circles.

================================== Scott Abel, Content Management Strategist 3421 Crystal Lakes Ct., Sarasota FL 34235 abelsp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 941-359-3416 www.thecontentwrangler.com ========================

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On Nov 21, 2005, at 8:48 PM, hedley.finger@xxxxxxxx wrote:

Why didn't the moderators ask the list about a suitable replacement for
Lyris. There are heaps out there. From this doomed attempt at
censorship, one might imagine that they think the list is their personal
property. It's not -- the list exists and obtains its value from the
presence and contributions of all its subscribers.

Hey, guys, read The Cluetrain Manifesto at <http://www.cluetrain.org/>.
Censorship doesn't work any more.  And it should only be applied to
serious cases, not because your noses might be out of joint.


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