Engage with people who are different from you when you can — Don’t delete the friends on Facebook that disagree with you. You will not ‘pollute’ your worldview by talking to them and trying to understand their perspective. Expend the extra effort to go through a civil discourse, build common ground and avoid a shouting match
How We Broke Democracy (But Not in the Way You Think)
Tobias Rose-Stockwell

This is easy to say, but can be very hard to do in practise. Those that you disagree with and decide to engage with online very often have followers who will ‘jump to their defence’ and turn the whole conversation into an unmanageable melee. You can find yourself up against a group whose online bubbles overlap to create an impenetrable bubble of bubbles.

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