This week, Michael Dempsey articulated something that I was questioning myself for experiencing. He's talking about how the public medium has become so restrictive that most interesting conversations happen privately. I'll finish with this quote: "A widespread exhaustion & recognition of what is the over-intellectualization of thought & simple content. This leads to a ton of dilution in our feeds filled with abstract tweets, 9 min reads that should be 2, historical allegories for things happening in 2019, & book thread".
So please, keep it simple, keep it stupid.
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