The Independents in the UK in the 1980s used to have a monthly magazine called "Reconnection", which David wrote occasional articles for. I can't remember all that much of what he said in them but in one of them he described the tribulations of having to deal with the CofS's attacks. He said that the one thing missing from the CofS's behaviour was love, compassion and politeness (etc). and that it wasn't fun dealing with a fanatical organisation which was convinced that whatever it did it was acting for the greatest good for the greatest number. In another one, he talked of his researches into the Tech; he didn't go into much detail, but he said that we needed to be far more realistic about what was practically possible in terms of the benefits people could expect to attain.