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Offline is where the real progress is happening

Progress isn’t going viral. It’s happening in the real world.

I think it’s nearly impossible to have any consistently meaningful dialogue on social media between two people who hold opposing viewpoints. By consistent, I mean at a fraction of the rate that we currently have pointless, hate-filled online dialogue where too many people simply attack other’s opinions or state their own…

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Kern Carter

Kern Carter

| Read about my life as a full-time writer | Stories about Parenting, Passion, and Profit | Author of BOYS AND GIRLS SCREAMING

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