1995-01-06 - Re: Siegel and Lewis

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From: Carol Anne Braddock <carolann@mm.com>
To: Dan Harmon <harmon@tenet.edu>
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UTC Datetime: 1995-01-06 07:59:42 UTC
Raw Date: Thu, 5 Jan 95 23:59:42 PST

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From: Carol Anne Braddock  <carolann@mm.com>
Date: Thu, 5 Jan 95 23:59:42 PST
To: Dan Harmon <harmon@tenet.edu>
Subject: Re: Siegel and Lewis
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Guess I'm worse than Siegel & Lewis now, huh?

On Fri, 6 Jan 1995, Dan Harmon wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Jan 1995, Doug Barnes wrote:
> > Why is it that so many cypherpunks like the economist?
> > I learned recently that Eric is a big fan. So am I. You're certainly 
> > not the first other cypherpunk to mention this. Weird. I mean, it's
> > not exactly a radical publication... it just gets its *&#$*#$ facts
> > right. Probably this is it.
> > Doug
> The reason is, and I do not presume to speak for other individuals on 
> this list, the Economist looks at the world from an independent (i.e. not 
> owned by one of the major publishing houses, if I'm not mistaken) point 
> of view, and is not afraid to pursue different analysis of a topic.
> I will also venture that the closest that we have in the US is Forbes.
> Dan