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Re: <nettime> RE: nettime as idea
Wayne Myers on Wed, 14 Jun 2006 07:14:17 +0200 (CEST)


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Re: <nettime> RE: nettime as idea


On Tue, 13 Jun 2006 08:51:25 +0100
J Armitage <j.armitage {AT} unn.ac.uk> wrote:

> I think I can say that I have been on nettime for as long as I can remember
> but, please, will someone change the channel? 

Yes. Totally. I agree. Entertain me please, damn you. Entertain /me/.
With every post. With every topic. If a topic comes up which doesn't
interest me, I will write in and complain. Dear BBC, er, Nettime.
How dare you presume to have an uninteresting thread. You, who have
only had interesting threads since 1896! Please stop discussing this
boring topic at once. How dare you attempt to discuss something that
I find boring. I mean really.

> I can't be the only lurker around here who is BORED TO DEATH with the
> entrails of nettime, who did what to whom in 1996 etc. 

I can't be the only lurker around here who is BORED TO DEATH. But I
don't want to unsubscribe just yet either...

> If there is one way to kill nettime it is keep posting this self-absorbed
> prattle for weeks on end.

Oh come on, John. Nettime died years ago. Netcraft confirms it...

Cheers,

Wayne

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Wayne Myers
http://www.waz.easynet.co.uk/
http://www.conniptions.org/


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