Information

The internet is a world of hidden facts and endless half-digested information by people who may or may not even know what they’re talking about. Now, when someone dies or something terrible happens everyone’s an expert, and more than willing to share whatever opinion gets the most clicks. But numbers don’t necessarily dictate quality. And what’s worse is that after we “like” it we move on to the next thing without having really digested what’s happened or how it’s affecting us. How can we expect to find the answers when the problems are constantly buried beneath an unyielding pile of information?

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