--- In HolyGeek@yaho..., "Steve Toth" <poetree1968@y...> wrote:
> --- In HolyGeek@yaho..., "ts" <objack2k@y...> wrote:
> > my question is:
> > are we gong to have a wiki where people can come to
> > freely exchage information and thoughts on how that
> > might be done?
> > or is this going to be more of a blog ...
> > a one-way-street where some get say what they wish ...
> > and no exchange of views is allowed?
> People can participate but they have chosen to just look. This is
> something that I've been noticing on many of the yahoo lists that I'm
> a member of. A move from conversation & discussion to just reading
> or even lurking. Many we can use some of the principles of living
> theater & performance art. But how to translate them into the
> internet. When some frineds put on plays & we wanted to get the
> audience involved, we could always have the actors get off the stage
> & go into the audience physically & maybe ask questions or engage in
> some kind of action. Clowns would fill a bucket with confetti & tehn
> stage a chase & fling the contents of the bucket into the audience to
> loosen them up. How do you do this on the computer.
> > does anyone else care?
> > or have any thoughts on any of this?
> This seems to me to be something personal that I don't understand.
> If I was you I would keep talking until things get worked out.
> Sometimes people we debate with wind up being good friends. You two
> do generate a lot of energy together. Maybe you can both use that
> energy to do great things.
sorry steve ...
anything i say stands a pretty good chance
of being perceived as being a personal attack.
sorry ts, but again you are mistaken.
i think you would have an easier time of it by flushing your buffers, and leaving your preconceived notions behind, but only you can do that
good luck with whatever you choose to do
love and peace,
PS - Someone said you get what you look for, and seems that you are looking for something negative.
i need to say nothing.
that is my intention.