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I blogged a response (
http://weblogsky.com/2008/01/the_politics_of_facebook.html), but I was more
interested in his concern about the politics of Facebook's board of
directors and their "ownership of" the community.My point: those who own
and control a community platform don't own and control the community.
His argument about "the substitution of digital networking for 'real life'"
is based on his assumption that such networking represents a substitute for,
rather than a complement to, face to face relationship. That part of the
piece is IMO irrelevant, given that it's completely subjective.
~ Jon L.
On Jan 16, 2008 4:48 AM, Moses Boudourides <[log in to unmask]>
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> You might find it interesting: Tom Hodgkinson has written an op-ed in The
> Guardian on Facebook, where he's sort of campaigning against the
> substitution of digital networking for real life.
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