Atomization of Information

Words are not what they used to be

Agreed.

When I first heard about Medium a couple of years back, it seemed like there was still hope to move the internet towards richer content again. So much of the modern internet age has moved further and further away from what we used to consider writing. Format, diction, consistency, revision. They have been replaced by tweets, likes, reactions, and the dreaded…

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A software-psychology guy breaking down the way we think as individuals and collectives

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A software-psychology guy breaking down the way we think as individuals and collectives

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