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Nothing in cyberspace is sacred

What in the world?

Is there anything sacred in cyberspace? The short answer: No. What you post, everyone can see. Life in a fishbowl. Blah, blah blah. And I would also say that there are no sacred cows, either — Microsoft, Apple, Open Source … et cetera … in short, no entity or idea is above closer scrutiny, especially if they’re online and in that fishbowl with the rest of us.

Cyberspace is also littered with the corpses of dead ideas, misunderstood concepts, tons of pablum and useless information. Making sense of things can be a hair-pulling experience, and finding useful information can be exasperating. Anyone who has ever “Googled” something can attest to that.

Perhaps this blog can help shine a light in the darkness, and not end up as yet another carcass on the heap of deceased or useless blogs. It will only be as successful as commenters want it to be; no comments, therefore, equals no value (a simple forumla — yes?).

Discussion is ALWAYS welcome.


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This entry was posted on August 28, 2007 by in Musings.


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