A shared culture may be the key to unlocking tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan, separated by a long and bloody war. Onnik Krikorian (UK/Armenia) and Aygün Janmammadova (Azerbaijan) look at the ways Armenians and Azeri come together in neutral spaces like Tblisi and the US.
Essay by Marshall Poe may be the apotheosis of the anti-cyberutopian argument. This guy makes Keen look like an early 1990s Wired columnist. I disagree with his conclusions, but it's interesting, if only as one extreme pole in the debate.