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Posted by Dinah on February 1, 2005, at 6:55:35

In reply to Re: I think I understand why people don't like this... alexandra_k, posted by Dinah on February 1, 2005, at 6:50:39

I think my logic about walls with no doors is along the lines that there are already walls with no doors. Emails, Open (which is of course Open to all, but not everyone is there at any given time and it's not archived), Yahoo conferences. They're all things we do when we wish to be private.

They're all very nice ways of being private, because they *are* private.

Restrictions are a not very nice way of being private, because they're not private.

I still just don't understand why Dr. Bob is so wedded to the idea of restrictions. I can come up with lots of nice pleasant reasons for his motives in a lot of aspects to this, but I'm at a loss when it comes to his attachments to restrictions. To exclusion. It's even harder to comprehend when he mixes a wedding to the idea of exclusion to a wedding of making the exlusion area public.




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