Friday, October 02, 2009

Ain't that the truth.

In his New York Times column, Thomas L. Friedman talks about the frightening divisiveness and rise of extremism in American politics.

Amongst it is a spot-on comment about the blogosphere, and the internet in general:

...a blogosphere that at its best enriches our debates, adding new checks on the establishment, and at its worst coarsens our debates to a whole new level, giving a new power to anonymous slanderers to send lies around the world.


The column is here.

2 comments:

Jassim said...

Yes to a high extent it is the truth.

Anonymous said...

I think that some sort of censorship would be justifiable. We need to stop the lies.