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 Terrence J Kosick <> +  Ade Ward <> 
 exposing personal model citizen filaments

>> consumer society
>> work is rewarded
>> utilities of pleasure
>> return on investment
>> consuming art
>> ...
>You talk of consumerism and art perhaps as though this troubles you. It
>troubles me. I did not mean to imply that because such work would be located
>in the realm of entertainment, that it would be commercially located.
>Rampant consumerism is a wealthy train to hijack, with plenty of passengers,
>and the Internet is, as you say, the perfect transportation network to do
>this on. Look to the Open Source model for software development inspiration.
>Information should be free - can we not include knowledge and enlightenment
>in that package too?

 equivocation occurs when a key word is 
 used with two or more different meanings in the same argument.

 what could be more affordable than free software
 to ensure that it remains free 
 that _users can do what they like with it 
 we must place a license on it to make sure 
 that will always be freely redistributable  

 Open Source model = neu + improved korporat fascism
 Information should be free  _  ultra lethargik shortkut 2 m9nd aktiviti

 = 0+0 FREE = FREE tote bag avec your personal neu + !mproved
 m9ndos -  juzt ur kl!k 1 kl!k ->

oopz. >j.a! oubl!e [korkt +?] parfa!t
nett!me male fasc!ztz != t!dal debr!z.
d!sz = 0+1 dfkt.



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