πŸ“‘ constant doubt and outrage

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While consumer social media networks are great for getting a diversity of opinions, they are not safe or trusted spaces. They nourish the Internet of Beefs. We need safe communities to take time for reflection, consideration, and testing out ideas without getting harassed. Professional social networks and communities of practices help us make sense of the world outside the workplace. They also enable each of us to bring to bear much more knowledge and insight that we could do on our own.

Harold Jarche shares his own experience of the Internet of Beefs involving Nassim Nicholas Taleb. Reflecting on this, Jarche discuses the way in which we often respond without context in online environments:

My own experience is that only 0.04% of people who view my Tweets on Twitter click on any link to read the full article.

He suggests that the challenge is in building trusted spaces.

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