The real story here wasn't really about me anyway -- it's about whether the norm of pseudonymity is a good thing. And there's a legitimate debate about that. Personally, I think that pseudonymity is a net benefit, whatever other costs it brings. More voices are better than less -- and pseudonymity (to me) enriches the public sphere by adding voices that could not otherwise be heard.
Tuesday, June 9, 2009
Whelan apologizes and Publius accepts, keeping the conversation focused on the bigger picture:
Posted by N. at 11:27 AM