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Re: Art Education and new technologies

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sarah ann bowler (sbowler)
Wed, 28 Feb 1996 22:41:29 -0700 (MST)

I couldn't agree more with what you have said. And I'm not a Luddite!
However, my studies in technology and philosophy have me questioning
technology every step of the way. You read enough Marxist, Postmodern
literature and everything becomes a conspiracy. So, although I do not
think I made the bandwagon comment, I apologize just in case. I would've
only meant it in the most McLuhanesque fashion.

Which brings me to a question: May I cite to your e-mail thesis in my
paper? I was the one who ask people to tell me their opinions of
ArtsEdNet. My paper is a critical examination of the ArtsEdNet from
various perspectives.

Your practical perspective would balance the theoretical
stuff nicely. It's always nice to remind your reader that the real world
exists in a critical academic paper and you said it so eloquently. The main
reason I ask is because you didn't leave your name on your message.

Always Questioning Technology (I love that closing. Danielle from SWT
better copyright it before I steal it.)
Sally Bowler