Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Thanks, Bob ...

... both for the kind words at the end and for making an exceedingly good point: Internet critic questions blogs' place in culture.

The exceedingly good point is this:

What Siegel omits is that for most intelligent, sensible adults, the Internet is only a service, not a way of life.
Some of us still read books, write letters, shop at real stores and make up our own minds about art, film, drama or music.

Tell that to Robert McChesney, will you.

1 comment:

  1. Where does that put the indie writers like myself who only publish online? Into (domestic) service?

    Sometimes it feels that way.