In this vein, perhaps Extro5 should be on the east coast this time, to
gain exposure in Washington and New York?
> > > Take a look at this:
> > >
> > > http://www.ifg.org/nyc.html
> > >
> > > and be afraid . . . be VERY afraid.
> email@example.com writes:
> > Greg, rather than being afraid, let's talk about this.
> > Jeremy Rifkin can command a strong presence and with the attributes of
> > speakers participating in this event, they will gain some mileage. (This
> > is where we come in.) They have been banging this drum for a long time and
> > have gained a lot of momentum in strumming up their salvo. (This is where
> > we counter) I find it a challenge -- the more they squall and moan, the
> > more we can debunk the irrationality of their claims if we do something
> > about it, such as with our upcoming Extro conference.
> > Let's look at the topics of this event and counter them extropically.
> First, my comment was intended to be a little humorous, invoking the ad
> campaign for an old horror movie (I can't even recall the object of the add .
> . .)
> Second, I agree with both of you that *a* right response is to work to
> organize a counterweight to these voices - and I look forward to seeing all
> of you at Extro5 this year :-)
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