We can Fix It: Saving the Truth from the Internet
Sunil Paul

I appreciate the thoroughness of this piece and plan to use it to guide me in a project bringing this topic to life in a webcast. Having said, I was also drawn to return to the Issacson autobiography of Steve Jobs looking for the term “reality distortion field”. I was startled to re-read, “To some people, calling it a reality distortion field was just a clever way to say that Jobs tended to lie. But it was in fact a more complex form of dissembling. He would assert something — without even considering the truth. It came from willfully defying reality, not only to others but to himself.” Sure is a lot of that going around these days. And YES! the reality is we can all help change the distortion.

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