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[liberationtech] Cyber-sceptics wanted!

Collin Anderson collin at
Wed Mar 2 10:54:04 PST 2011

The difference in the debate isn't necessarily between liberation tech and a
negative argument. Rather, against a palpable lack of nuance in some of the
more effusive views often expressed even on this esteemed list.

Not to speak for Evgeny, but I think his position and the larger debate has
moved beyond yay/nay to efficacy and centrality.
On Mar 2, 2011 1:05 PM, "Alec Muffett" <alec.muffett at> wrote:
> On 2 Mar 2011, at 16:46, Brie Rogers Lowery wrote:
>> I'm arranging a debate in Oxford, United Kingdom on the topic of
'Activism vs. Slacktivism' (currently scheduled for Monday 21st March) and
am hoping that some of you on this list might be able to assist with some
suggestions for speakers for it.
> Sometimes people have to go to extraordinary lengths in order to obtain an
"opposing viewpoint" for the purposes of "balance" in a public debate.
> In such circumstances I often feel that there may be a lesson to be
> -a
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