Re: [-empyre-] doubt
The Voices in my Head tell me that on 12/11/03 11:37 AM, arteonline at
> Well, what I really think is strange is the almost absence of men in this
I haven't responded to this discussion very much because:
a: I haven't read the book
b: it's not the kind of book I care to carve out time to read right now
c: I've felt the discussion has been a bit exclusionary, but, also, I've
been very busy, and haven't had the time to respond.
Last month I was cooling my heels because none of my machines were
co-operating, but now that a few things are working, I'm now working
feverishly to make up for lost time. Unlike last month when I was picking my
teeth watching the day go by.
The representation of people in cyberspace, all that is something I am *way*
read in, as it was the subject of my wife's, Beth Scannell, Master's Thesis
in Anthropology on cultural formation in cyberspace. It's here:
I recommend it.
gotta trot. I'll try to write more next week. I only have to write a short
my best to all,
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