May 22, 2012
This weekend I took a 45 minute train ride to Citi Field, which typically houses a baseball team called the Mets and some of its fans. But me and my fellow passengers on the 7 train weren’t attending a baseball game: we were there, along with 40,000-ish ultra-Orthodox Jews, to learn about the internet. (via Against the future: inside the Jewish anti-internet rally | The Verge)

This weekend I took a 45 minute train ride to Citi Field, which typically houses a baseball team called the Mets and some of its fans. But me and my fellow passengers on the 7 train weren’t attending a baseball game: we were there, along with 40,000-ish ultra-Orthodox Jews, to learn about the internet. (via Against the future: inside the Jewish anti-internet rally | The Verge)

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