Source: Mark Ovaska, The American Civic Association building remained cordon off on April 4rd. The day before Jiverly Wong opened fire killing 13 people before killing himself.
For this experience – see SP0009– we have arbitrarily chosen a media, The Wall Street Journal comments surged as supposedly spontaneous reactions to the American Civic Association in Binghampton the April 3rd 2009. These comments are like “windows” to the people’s opinions similar to a “virtual open poll”, Let’s remember that in Darwin Ontology we “see” the Web like a Two Domain System always striving for equilibrium: the K-side where we humans keep safe hosted in the Web space our “Established Knowledge” –under the form of Websites- and the K’-side where people interact as Internet users. In figures near 15,000,000,000 WebPages versus 800,000,000 daily!.
Complementary we took a glance to another source: ABC News with 433 comments.
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