GVO Hits the Wharf: Promising Global Aggregate

I want to strongly recommend reading a trilingual essay linked below. How do Chinese netizens view the efforts of Western “China experts” like Rebecca MacKinnon? The essay leaves plenty to ponder, esp. how global internet and media interaction polish or nick, rather than fundamentally transform , Chinese self-regard, particularly in the extreme but by no means pure-fringe Chinese core of the “Anti-CNN” web movement from … Continue reading GVO Hits the Wharf: Promising Global Aggregate

S.V. & Nietzsche: Now on Twitter

Please feel free to check out my Twitter page and pluck off all of my Tweets.   (Is that “der, die, or das Tweet” in German?)  Nietzsche never so much as wrote an e-mail, but his aphorisms are abundant and practically made for Twitter.    In my own case, I promise to keep the shenanigans and nonsense to a minimum. And as I’m figuring out … Continue reading S.V. & Nietzsche: Now on Twitter