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What do you think your general disagreement with him about the legitimacy and meaning of the anti-TSA protests says about politics?
They are both respected voices on media issues, and they often agree about many things, both in politics and journalism. I consider them both intellectual role models. The fact that they disagree about the legitimacy and meaning TSA pat-down / body-scanner controversy is interesting because it seems to mirror a larger disagreement about what the controversy means. It also mirrors my own uncertainty about the topic. So I'm hoping they'll further flesh out their areas of agreement and disagreement here.

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We think there should be a public zone and a private zone, but I favor a much greater separation of the public and private than he does. He's writing a book called "Public Parts," which will show the various ways in which we gain by making our lives public. I believe he will also be arguing that so-called privacy advocates are often given too much weight in debates about the right mix of public and private. That may shed some light on why he thinks the criticisms of the TSA are overblown. He has also written about how his experiences on Sep. 11, 2001 changed him, and possibly this is a factor in his calm acceptance of what the government is doing to protect the traveling public against further attacks. I emphasize "possibly." My own philosophy--and personal preference--is for a strict separation of public and private. I think this is necessary for human dignity and civil liberty, but also because the public realm cannot operate well if it commingled too easily with the private and intimate spheres. My guide here is not the ACLU but. So I'm very concerned with what is properly public, and what is properly private. Witness my very carefully observed distinction between mindcasting and lifecasting on Twitter. As I've said before, my goal on Twitter is a feed that's 100 percent personal and zero percent private. Personal in the sense that it reflects my own sensibility and take on things in the public spaces--journalism, new media--that I monitor. It would be unimaginable for me to talk about my surgery, for example. Whereas for him this has become how he operates in public. These differences must have something to do with our divergent reactions to the TSA mess. Once one said something to the effect that an academic's goal is not to be intelligent about public affairs from on high but to try to realize a more intelligent state of affairs within the public sphere itself. Airport security is an extremely un-intelligent state of affairs, and this pisses me off. You could almost say the stupidity of it offends me. Notice, for example, how the TSA was insisting on sending pilots through the body scanners before widespread ridicule forced them to back off. I cannot stand having an openly stupid government. This too helps explain my reaction. Finally, when it comes to the press I am very wary of journalists who claim the position of adulthood in comparison to a childlike and immature public or deluded activists who don't know how things work in the real world. I look forward to he's response.
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We think there should be a public zone and a private zone, but I favor a much greater separation of the public and private than he does. He's writing a book called "Public Parts," which will show the various ways in which we gain by making our lives public. I believe he will also be arguing that so-called privacy advocates are often given too much weight in debates about the right mix of public and private. That may shed some light on why he thinks the criticisms of the TSA are overblown. He has also written about how his experiences on Sep. 11, 2001 changed him, and possibly this is a factor in his calm acceptance of what the government is doing to protect the traveling public against further attacks. I emphasize "possibly." My own philosophy--and personal preference--is for a strict separation of public and private. I think this is necessary for human dignity and civil liberty, but also because the public realm cannot operate well if it commingled too easily with the private and intimate spheres. My guide here is not the ACLU but. So I'm very concerned with what is properly public, and what is properly private. Witness my very carefully observed distinction between mindcasting and lifecasting on Twitter. As I've said before, my goal on Twitter is a feed that's 100 percent personal and zero percent private. Personal in the sense that it reflects my own sensibility and take on things in the public spaces--journalism, new media--that I monitor. It would be unimaginable for me to talk about my surgery, for example. Whereas for him this has become how he operates in public. These differences must have something to do with our divergent reactions to the TSA mess. Once one said something to the effect that an academic's goal is not to be intelligent about public affairs from on high but to try to realize a more intelligent state of affairs within the public sphere itself. Airport security is an extremely un-intelligent state of affairs, and this pisses me off. You could almost say the stupidity of it offends me. Notice, for example, how the TSA was insisting on sending pilots through the body scanners before widespread ridicule forced them to back off. I cannot stand having an openly stupid government. This too helps explain my reaction. Finally, when it comes to the press I am very wary of journalists who claim the position of adulthood in comparison to a childlike and immature public or deluded activists who don't know how things work in the real world.
I look forward to he's response.
2 days ago
We both think there should be a public zone and a private zone, but I favor a much greater separation of the public and private than he does. He's writing a book called "Public Parts," which will show the various ways in which we gain by making our lives public. I believe he will also be arguing that so-called privacy advocates are often given too much weight in debates about the right mix of public and private. That may shed some light on why he thinks the criticisms of the TSA are overblown.
He has also written about how his experiences on Sep. 11, 2001 changed him, and possibly this is a factor in his calm acceptance of what the government is doing to protect the traveling public against further attacks. I emphasize "possibly."
My own philosophy--and personal preference--is for a strict separation of public and private. I think this is necessary for human dignity and civil liberty, but also because the public realm cannot operate well if it commingled too easily with the private and intimate spheres. My guide here is not the ACLU but. So I'm very concerned with what is properly public, and what is properly private.
Witness my very carefully observed distinction between mindcasting and lifecasting on Twitter. As I've said before, my goal on Twitter is a feed that's 100 percent personal and zero percent private. Personal in the sense that it reflects my own sensibility and take on things in the public spaces--journalism, new media--that I monitor.
It would be unimaginable for me to talk about my surgery, for example. Whereas for him this has become how he operates in public. These differences much have something to do with our divergent reactions to the TSA mess.
Once one said something to the effect that an academic's goal is not to be intelligent about public affairs to try to realize a more intelligent state of affairs within the public sphere itself. Airport security is an extremely unintelligent state of affairs, and this pisses me off. You could almost say the stupidity of it offends me.
Notice, for example, how the TSA was insisting on sending pilots through the body scanners before widespread ridicule forced them to back off. I cannot stand having an openly stupid government. This too helps explain my reaction.
Finally, when it comes to the press I am very wary of journalists who claim the position of adulthood in comparison to a childlike and immature public, or deluded activists who don't know how things work in the real world.
I look forward to he's response.
2 days ago
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