Mon, 21 Jan 2002 11:31:46 -0800 (PST)
On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, Jeff Bone wrote:
--]Actually, no. It's possible --- maybe even likely in some contexts --- that indeed, they do
--]know better. The problem doesn't start with this attitude, the problem starts when the
--]elites are allowed to set more than just their own agendas.
Yes, its possible, very probable inmany cases and the privso of
overreaching agendas is a very key point.
If I go to my Doctor and she says I have an ailment, I usualy defer to her
knowledge of medcine. If she were tehn to tell me I needed to read the
Koran and get better by living thru its teachings or of she said that I
need to use Perl raather than Python I would have to draw the
--](Think about the counter-possibility; if self-identified elites (think Larry Wall, Perl)
--]aren't allowed to control their own agendas but rather have them set for them, what do you
Once again this goes more to Editorial COntrol versus Creeping Agendas.
Perl is Walls thing.