SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] SIGIA-L is dead
Re: [Sigia-l] SIGIA-L is dead
Could it be you chose to interpret my words to mean censorship rather
than total cost of ownership, as I had intended?
I'm all for freedom of speech (and after 30 years in Europe, I'm
still a card-carrying ACLU member). But sometimes this list has a
signal-to-noise ratio that makes it a downright waste of time. All I
ask is that people think before they fire off ill-considered missives.
e-reiss & associates
---- Original Message ----
Subject: Re: [Sigia-l] SIGIA-L is dead
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 14:35:27 -0500
>> Just for fun, take your hourly wage and figure out how much you or
>> your employer lost in terms of productivity while you waded through
>> your flooded inbox yesterday. So which list costs more?
>(Wow! I didn't expect this from you.)
>Just for fun, figure out the *value* of free, uncensored exchange of
>Democracies are as messy as monocultures are brittle.
>The metric for censorship is not the efficiency of message delivery
>Mussolini is said to have the trains run on time. The metric for
>is the loss of diversity, nature's way of evolving. So which is more
>important to you?
>"Innovate as a last resort."
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