Reimagined and Revamped. Fighting the spread of nonsense often feels like a Sisyphean task. However, the joy is in making the information available, not the hope of conversion.

Wait....what?!? Who??

"Jan. 6, 1912: Birth of the Supreme Tech Skeptic"

But but..this guy is almost completely the opposite of me....

"He studied the work of Karl Marx and embraced a good deal of Marxist theory, which he did not consider in conflict with his religious beliefs... He became a Christian at 22, and his strong faith — Ellul defined himself as a Christian universalist — underpinned all his work...

Ellul's ambivalence toward technology was grounded in large part in his religious and social convictions. He believed that "technological tyranny," represented by the increasing encroachment of modern technology into our private lives, posed a threat to both human freedom and faith."

1 comments:

On 1/6/09, 10:52 AM , carnifex said...

I think technophobe is a better title for that guy. Or maybe assclown.