Oddly enough, they ARE online--even Chellis says having web access is
not a no-no. Been reading up on the originals lately; they were no
On 30 Mar 2001, at 16:27, ABlainey@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 30/03/01 08:54:37 GMT Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org
> << What are the best sources of information on the anti-techies, neo-
> Luddites, and their ilk? Have several, but looking for more,
> including pro-Ludd sites/lists, and so on. Also of interest: subsaets
> of above which have an anti-nano or anti-transhuman slant. All
> pointers appreciated.
> Sorry jm I havent got any links, but then I find it a bit hypocritical
> that true Luddites and anti techs would choose to voice their views on the
> Net. Maybe you should be checking in your nearest woodland for one of thier
> meetings :o)
> On a serious note I would also be interested to see what the opposition
> have to say.
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