Saturday, August 14, 2004

The Air We Breathe

"Sharks are said to die of suffocation if they stop swimming, and the same is nearly true of information. Information that isn't moving ceases to exist as anything but potential... at least until it is allowed to move again. For this reason, the practice of information hoarding, common in bureacracies, is an especially wrong-headed artifact of physically based value systems."
-John Perry Barlow, Wired (March, 1994)


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