For those who haven’t seen it yet—The Wall Street Journal published the full text of a debate between Andrew Keen (“Cult of the Amateur“) and David Weinberger (“Everything is Miscellaneous“) on Web 2.0. Available here.
And why I love Weinberger:
“When I say the Web is us, I don’t mean that it’s an aggregation of individuals — a herd of screeching monkeys or a scurry of voiceless cockroaches running from the light. We’re connected, primarily through talk in which we show one another what we find interesting in the world. That’s essential to the Web. The Web is only a web because we’re building links that say “Here’s something worth your time, and here’s why.” It’s a little act of selflessness in which a person who has our attention directs it elsewhere.”