Subverting Power Structures

We just arrived in London and I checked out Dave’s blog and he has an interesting post where he disagrees with Tara Hunt’s point that blogs subvert power structures. Oh, watch your language Tara! I tried to subvert Microsoft and now I’m working for them. So, who subverted who? Anyway, I mention this cause Maryam and I are having dinner with Tara and Hugh Macleod and a few others.

What are blogs for? Well, reading the thoughts of my friends around the world, of course! It’s very strange being in London, reading Dave, having dinner with Tara, it’s like I have a front-row seat for all the cool dramas on the blogs and I ain’t giving it up.

We’re off to see the Tate Museum.

Comments

  1. front-row seat for all the cool dramas on the blogs

    You need a hobby, failing that, always electroconvulsive therapy. ;)

  2. front-row seat for all the cool dramas on the blogs

    You need a hobby, failing that, always electroconvulsive therapy. ;)

  3. Tate Britain, and Tate Modern I thought was the naming convention? “The Tate Gallery” was dropped in 2000. Right? But been awhile since been in Redcoat land. :)

  4. Tate Britain, and Tate Modern I thought was the naming convention? “The Tate Gallery” was dropped in 2000. Right? But been awhile since been in Redcoat land. :)

  5. More important question – are you enjoying yourselves?

    But, as for the post, aren’t blogs supposed to be where you get to put out your own viewpoints and opinions? Not saying I agree with Tara (I don’t), but it seemed a little one-sided.

    Did love the Bozo image, though.

  6. More important question – are you enjoying yourselves?

    But, as for the post, aren’t blogs supposed to be where you get to put out your own viewpoints and opinions? Not saying I agree with Tara (I don’t), but it seemed a little one-sided.

    Did love the Bozo image, though.