Quote of the Day

What should concern us is not that we can’t take what we read on the internet on trust – of course you can’t, it’s just people talking – but that we ever got into the dangerous habit of believing what we read in the newspapers or saw on the TV.

“What should concern us is not that we can’t take what we read on the internet on trust – of course you can’t, it’s just people talking – but that we ever got into the dangerous habit of believing what we read in the newspapers or saw on the TV.” — Douglas Adams, How to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love the Internet

Quote of the Day

When you make the claim that something on the Internet is going to be good for democracy, you often get this reaction: ‘Are you talking about the thing with the singing cats?’

“When you make the claim that something on the Internet is going to be good for democracy, you often get this reaction: ‘Are you talking about the thing with the singing cats?’” — Clay ShirkyHow the Internet will (one day) transform government