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September 14, 2012

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Alan

I think the distinction is not between
scale and value, it is about whether a single
point of private commercial interest should be
the arbiter of our commons.
There is a clearly oxymoronic aspect to the
idea of twitter and/or facebook as "social media".
Who the heck are they to provide this dubious
"service" and arrogate unto their commercial selves the "right" to change their privacy
policies from microsecond to microsecond without notice?
Down with Facebook! Down with Twitter!
Well you are in Boston, no?
Get yourself over to Richard Stallman at MIT and figure out how to do
GNU social media. (yes, I know, there are some such
initiatives, but i forgot the names)

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