Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Vince the Prophet is Now on the Web

Today, I finally was able to get the Vince the Prophet web site up and running.

After years of delay there is finally a place where the writings and philosophies of The Millboure Millennium Master will be assembled for the "people of planet earth", outside the West Philadelphia Italian Ghetto where he spent most of his life, to learn about the Poet, Prophet, Phoenix of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

I am sure that Vince would have been gratified that his message was now available to millions of people on the web, although I am not sure that he could have ever comprehended what the web is.
Vince was a simple man, who shunned technology and passed before concepts like the computer and the world wide web were widely understood or available.

He did tell my friend Bobby and I that we should be his publicity agents. And now we are able to spread the word, 21st Century style.

I had always felt that Vince was born for www distribution.

As we are able to post more Vince content in the coming weeks, I enco
urage everyone and anyone to check out the site.

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

All the world is a cage.
Jeanne Phillips

Monday, March 26, 2007

Interesting POV

John Perry Barlow on intellectual property rights and the entetainment industry:

"These are aging industries run by aging men, and they're up against 17-year-olds who have turned themselves into electronic Hezbollah because they resent the content industry for its proprietary practices. And I don't have a question about who's going to win that one eventually.”

“But you know the problem is - the bad news is that you're up against a dedicated foe that is younger and smarter than you are and will be alive when you're dead. You're 55 years old and these kids are 17 and they're just smarter than you. So you're gonna lose that one.”

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Monday, March 19, 2007


None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.

German poet
(1749 - 1832)