[oclug] Philosophic Discussion List
linuxdoctor at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 9 15:57:06 EST 2001
Oops, this should be http://groups.yahoo.com/group/linuxreligion
Sorry about that folks.
--- Chris Nolan <chris.nolan at pointforce.com> wrote:
> Comes back with a document not found.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Francis Pinteric [mailto:linuxdoctor at yahoo.com]
> > Sent: Friday, February 09, 2001 15:16
> > To: Ottawa Carleton Linux Users Group
> > Subject: [oclug] Philosophic Discussion List
> > Hello all,
> > With all the philosophic discusions of late, I've taken it upon
> > myself to start a little list on Yahoo! called "Linux Religion."
> > will cater to this specific thing.
> > I've just set up the mechanism at
> > http://groups.yahoo.com/linuxreligion but haven't started
> > else (I didn't even start off with the first message). It's open
> > all, just join if you wish and all topics are open. It's an
> > un-moderated list and the only restriction is that you have to be
> > member to post.
> > It's intended to be more of philosopical/cultural/non-technical
> > discussion group but EVERYTHING is allowed, even technical
> > I'd like to see this turn into discussion of the cultural and
> > philosphical implications of computer technology on our society
> > on us specifically, but whatever form the list takes, so be it.
> > So, jump in and get the ball rolling.
> > Cheers,
> > >>>--fja->
> > =====
> > "However dazzling and dauting (the technologist's) display
> > of worldly wisdom, their true inspiration lies elsewhere,
> > in an enduring, otherworldly quest for transcendence and
> > salvation" - David F. Noble, "The Religion of Technology"
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"However dazzling and dauting (the technologist's) display
of worldly wisdom, their true inspiration lies elsewhere,
in an enduring, otherworldly quest for transcendence and
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