[Foundation-l] One Wikipedia Per Person (regarding the distribution of and the ability to read Wikipedia)

Thomas Dalton thomas.dalton at gmail.com
Sun May 31 15:05:19 UTC 2009

2009/5/31 Anthony <wikimail at inbox.org>:
>> By "broadcast medium" I mean a one-way transmission of information.
> I don't know about yours, but my TV uses two-way transmission.  So a
> statement that "TV is a broadcast medium" is just not correct.  True, it's
> probably correct in the vast majority of situations, but, blah blah blah, I
> think you see what I'm getting at...
> The TV people choose what you broadcast and you just choose to either
>> pick up what they send or don't. You can't request specific
>> information like you can online.
> Umm, yes I can.  But like I said, I was nitpicking.  TV isn't a medium, and
> it isn't necessarily broadcast.

Who has cable TV that can't get internet access? You mentioned TV in
the context of a way of getting information to people without internet
access, so I ignored the existence of cable since it doesn't apply.

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