File spoon-archives/postanarchism.archive/postanarchism_2004/postanarchism.0403, message 56


Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 12:12:09 -0500 (EST)
Subject: Re: [postanarchism] blogging, on identity and networks 


On Wed, 10 Mar 2004, dr.woooo wrote:

> see post from March 08, 2004 - 10:13 p.m.
> http://montezboy.diaryland.com/
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> and subsequent links to comments on above topic  , eg ' nik on the phone, az's 
> march 4 posts, aggy's murmurs and clarifications and andrew's rantomantra,  '
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> perhaps a ring of blogs like this would be good, for different 'post-AT-'s' to 
> talk to each other. perhaps some of the listers have blogs already and could 
> link out to each other that way instead of starting one that is specifically, ' 
> the post-AT-' blog ?

This is a typically *enarchistic* practice. Again, I think "enarchy" is a
best term for charactizering the actual activities and natures taking
place today, and is more forward-looking than "post-anarchy". As a
philosopheme, it brings with it cache, horizon, etc. Theory ought to
mirror reality rather than being an exerize in the capitalism of voices
and hermeneuts most capable of making ill-suited concepts fit. 

Tom Blancato (shoot me I don't give a fuck, or better yet do something to
help Haiti)


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i


   

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