xDxD on Wed, 27 Aug 2008 10:15:49 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Interview with Christopher Kelty: the Culture of Free Software

> The only difference, which not even many FLOSS activists realized
> in the beginning, lies in the implication for culture: that welding
> the hood of _information_ technology shut reaches farther and
> is infinitely scarier than keeping transportation technology
> proprietary.
> -F

there is always a similarity i find in that behavior (the "not fully
understanding the implications for culture" one) happening in FLOSS
and in what happens in ecology, where the radicality of ecologic
practices (more on the ecosofic side) deos not come out from "trees
and trash" but from the notions of "interconnectedness".


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