Tuesday, September 07, 2004

More About the Internet

The Internet is a good supplemental tool to utilize-- as are readings-- but people who see the Internet as the be-all and end-all are fooling themselves just as much as, say, is poet Frank Walsh by thinking he needs to cram as many readings as possible into a one-week period.

My concern about Patrick Simonelli's Monday Report (at www.literaryrevolution.com) is that the very activist ULA is equated in it with thousands of nerds parked behind computer screens.

With ULA protests, crashes, readings, we're a very public organization which is out in the world; our rebellion is IN the world, not just within the confident confines of our own heads.

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