Heiko Recktenwald on Sun, 27 Feb 2011 21:31:03 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> Questions concerning Wikileaks

Well, I still think Assange or whoever should have just put his stuff
on a DVD with a resonable interface and sold it in bookshops etc.
Nothing beats real life!

In this way he would have had the same legal and political questions
discussed that are the main point of the enterprise (IMHO). He could
have had some online version, mirrors etc too as a second leg and for

The material is interesting allthough when you have read one of the
cables you have allready have read them all. Nothing new under the


Am 26.02.2011 23:59, schrieb John Young:
> The use of "wiki" was and is a marketing schtick, it was never
> intended, never tried. WL was conceived as an authoritative initiative
> cloaked as public interest as is wont with authoritatives.


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