[p2p-research] Again on mailing lists, was: Post-Depression first: Americans get more money from government than they give back | csmonitor.com

Kevin Carson free.market.anticapitalist at gmail.com
Fri Nov 27 19:33:15 CET 2009

On 11/27/09, M. Fioretti <mfioretti at nexaima.net> wrote:

>  - as a technology, mailing lists *have* developed years ago rules that
>   are *objectively* better than others to keep discussions light and
>   easy to follow for the *highest* possible number of posters and are
>   "embedded" so to speak, in the intrinsic limits of that technology

I LIKE the posts by Paul, Ryan, Michel, Eric and others that include
thoroughly developed and supported arguments.  And I LIKE going
through threaded emails on lines of argument that interest me, seeing
point-by-point responses.

If only those who are interested respond, and the rest lurk, that's fine.

I'm not interested in seeing stuff "lightened" and dumbed down to the
point that people are ready to "follow" it, when that means making it
not worth following anyway.

Kevin Carson
Center for a Stateless Society http://c4ss.org
Mutualist Blog:  Free Market Anti-Capitalism
Studies in Mutualist Political Economy
Organization Theory:  A Libertarian Perspective


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