John Perry Barlow: "The Emotional Life of Weblogs"
JPB: "I always wanted to know what bloggers looked like. I'm not suprised. You're a congenial bunch, I find you easier to be with rather than the content protection association"
JPB: "I feel like such a bloggish neophyte that I'm really here more to learn from you folks."
JPB: "The topic that Dave and I agreed upon about five minutes ago...
JPB: "Shortly after I began blogging, a very close friend of mine disappeared. Spalding Gray."
JPB: "What i didn't know is that I was creating a space where people could write about him, and their feelings about losing him, but also about depression and suicide and madness, and things that people generally don't write about..."
JPB: "this white middle class world is impoverished in its ability to be collectively and emotionally open. there's not alot of space to do what people who were posting to my blog were doing"
more to come...