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Cory Doctorow’s review of Everything is Miscellaneous at BoingBoing is like the review I daydream about occasionally (= obsessively), except he explains my book better. Thank you, Cory. [Tags: ]

3 Responses to “Cory’s review of Miscellaneous”

  1. on 03 May 2007 at 9:24 pmvaspers the grate

    Destruction of hierarchies is an idea whose time has come. There was a book recently called something like Messy Spirituality, with a similar idea about Christian growth and applications.

    Then the Eastern mystics often speak of Western metaphysics always “setting one thing against another”.

    Enemy combatants or terrorists? Pro journalist or crowdsourcing? All these stupid ironclad categories are very destructive and limiting. Krishnamurti spoke of “division” as the source of all evil.

    Very excited about new book, David.

  2. on 03 May 2007 at 9:25 pmvaspers the grate

    Then the Firesign Theatre’s “How Can You Be in Two Places At Once, when you’re nowhere at all?” LOL

    The internet is destroying the outmoded, prejudiced categories, as you say.

    Hierarchy includes “A Listers” vs. obscure bloggers.

  3. on 03 May 2007 at 9:26 pmvaspers the grate

    …and Digg Dictator vs. Digg Facilitator. LOL