Friday, August 31, 2012

Martin Luther oder GloomyGripe65?

"When Martin Luther triggered the Reformation by nailing his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of a Wittenberg church, he didn't sign it GloomyGripe65. He put his name to the document. Centuries later, when his namesake publicly declared his support for the Memphis strikers, he didn't sign it HaveADream1963. If it was worth saying, it was worth putting your name to it", schreibt Jonathan Myerson in seinem interessanten Beitrag "The web has become a bizarre synthesis of toilet wall and Thomas Paine" im Guardian. Auch wenn ich finde, dass Anonymität bzw. Pseudonymität eine wichtige positive Rolle in der Internetkommunikation spielen, kann ich mich einigen seiner Ausführungen anschließen.

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