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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

One of them got it right


Babik Rahimi argues here that "the internet...has played an important role in the ongoing struggle for democracy in Iran."

Ant Loewenstein argues here that "The internet is not in itself a revolutionary force."

Time to check in on who is closest to being right.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't have to read Loewenstein's piece to know he is wrong...

His entire commentary will be little more than a tragic attempt to flog a few more books...

Mehaul said...

Wow, a grade 8 girl interviews Lowie while being entranced by his every nuance. Keep it up Lowie, she'll be 18 in 6 years. Just after you get back from that sell out tour of the US. As you say 'watch this space' but for what. More indeterminable waffle by a mule head full of nothing.