... we're getting someplace.
That line makes me remember something from the comments on today's "golden age of blogging" post. I'd said:
A blog should feel like a place. The commenters are in the place, having a conversation.And rhhardin said:
Twitter is more like a concourse, with everyone running through trying to get somewhere else, and no one is there to be with anyone else. That's what's so off-putting. But if you yourself have to run to make your connection, the concourse will seem like the right way to [go].
Twitter is a concourse. A blog is intercourse.
Derrida's observation was that women don't have a place, they create places.
Feminism went wrong in copying men.
"If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution."