The Assertion of a Right to Behave That Way Earned That Right

James G. Poulos: <q cite=">the requisite component of community was self-identification, and the requirement for a person who desired to personally express freely the identity of his community was that person's declaration of his membership in that community. To repeat for emphasis: the right to publicly behave the way one's community behaved was triggered by one's behaving that way in public.

On Identities and Edits

Two essays worth reading if one's interested in the concept of multiple identities (does multiple blogs, one of which—this one—not officially associated with the others, count as multiple identities?) as well as making changes to weblog entries: