I have not read Jon Stock’s The Cardamom Club… but I read Stock in The Week regularly. In the recent issue of The Week, he writes about a Delhi based blogger who has reviewed his book…
…the Internet might seem a thoroughly vast and unanonymous place, but as search engines trawl ever more deeply through the sea of Web pages out there, it’s becoming smaller, more intimate and, ultimately, more accountable. On the whole, I think that’s a good thing. Freedom and responsibility are not such unpleasant bedfellows, are they?
True, does owning your own blog space mean writing what you will without any accountability?
Dina had written about this – the responsibility that comes with power – during the Mediaah controversy….
(Vivek meanwhile is basking in his new found er, popularity?)
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