Last week marks another moment when all our magazine covers and front pages went black. Most articles included a familiar question, "Will anything change this time?"
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The first stories of the Internet celebrated online forums for public deliberation. We would all learn from one another, and "citizen journalists" would shape innovation in the news.
Thousands of answers, and you could be one. That’s the superpower of being undecided or, at least, holding that position as part of the decision-making process. You remain open to seeing what’s possible.
Look around you. We live in a world shaped by “structural stupidity.” Or at least that’s how Jonathan Haidt understands the problem of our “enhanced-virality social networks.”
This is going to get heavy. That's one way to respond to the latest IPCC climate change report and a recurring theme in the "Back to the Future" movies.