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The Problem With the Internet and Social Change – Its the Tubes

Two postings (Part 1 here) and (Part 2 here) that may well serve as the beginning of some conversations with other activists. But if the postings are correct – and I suspect they are – those conversations may well have to take place in the old fashion way, that is, face to face.

I am still convinced that change is possible when two things occur: a small group of committed people show up a.) on time, and b.) stay on task.

“The Internet is not a truck”, or so said Senator Ted Stevens (alas the video is no longer available), but it may not be the best place for social change either.

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