"Web 2.0 was created so that people could publish cute photos of their cats. But this same cat dissemination technology has proved extremely helpful for activists, who’ve turned these tools to their own purposes." - Ethan Zuckerman (http://www.ethanzuckerman.com/blog...)
Do I have this right? Democratic Republic of Congo was called People's Republic of Congo during 1964-1966 and Republic of Congo was called People's Republic of Congo during 1970-1991. Not confusing at all.
I grew up in the 60's when television shows produced 39 new episodes per season, and some of them a second time during the "summer rerun" period. So I'm having some issues with turning on the t.v. in MARCH AND APRIL only to discover that they're running reruns until late April!
I guess it's really no coincidence that both Philip K. Dick and Ursula K. Le Guin have both had a profound influence on my thinking. When I found out both of them lived in Berkeley at the same time, it made a lot of sense. I didn't know they actually both went to Berkeley High at the same time, though. They were both class of 1947. That's trippy.