helping us catch the Internet cluetrain, the bestselling
writer and thinker sees the Internet empowering humanity
for the higher good.
accept my apologies to David Weinbergerfor putting more
time into revising my book than distilling our dynamic
yet lengthy interview into a digestable dialogue. The
best I can do for now is redirect you to David's own
David Weinberger is a co-author
the bestseller debunking the hype about the Internet.
Voicing an evolutionary shifts in public thinking about
consumer rights in the marketplace (like spam), the book
demands new rules for online marketing.
I met David Winberger in 1998
when we both spoke at the first India Internet World in
Dehli.We email more than talk, I admit, and I always feel
refreshed by his keen mind
In our long phone interview for
Media Visions, we nostly discussed his new solo
Through humor, David places the Internet into its
deepest cultural context. His vision of the Internet's
potential as a tool for self libration, on all levels,
reinforces and expands my insights. Yes, global thinking
can empower personal and social change.
Our edited talk will show up
here eventually, promise. Meanwhile, please click the
links. Kindly begin at Evident.com,
David's portal. I suggest subscribing to the
e-letter for his
refreshing commentary. He delivers a daily
blog, too, if you wish