Salon: Paulina Borsook to Eric Raymond: Don't you Kakutani me!Jun 30, 2000, 14:45 (12 Talkback[s])
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"On June 28, Eric Raymond, a geek cultural anthropologist and open-source software evangelist, responded in literary force to an assault on geek social values launched by New York Times cultural critic Michiko Kakutani on June 27. In his riposte, Raymond denounced both Kakutani and "Cyberselfish" author Paulina Borsook, whose analysis of libertarian geek society was amply quoted by Kakutani. Today, Borsook takes the stand in her own defense."
"There seems to have been a subject-object confusion going on. My name is not Michiko Kakutani, I do not work for the New York Times, I have never written for the New York Times and I was just as much subjected to her critical gaze as you were. I am sure she would be as puzzled as I am that you equate her ideas and writing with mine."
"Some of my best friends are technolibertarian. How many of yours are bookish lefty feminists...?"
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