Beyond logic, stuck on wishful thinking, bias, and irrationality — it’s no wonder the world divides into tribes.
The internet allows us to handpick the information we want and spit it back out to like-minded folks who amplify it.
The curator — the finder and organizer of information — shares as much power as the creator or influential leader.
Still, it’s usually the few who predetermine fate for the rest of society.
But we need the non-expert, outsider, the fans to dissect what’s fundamentally sound and flawed. Does the product fit the spirit of the times or is it chasing the pennies? Greed has its limits.
Playing with feelings of passion and anger offers richer routes to the truth. The plebeians present a muscular calm to the trying circumstances of big-league shallowness.
The commoner wants everything to feel authentic because it’s all they know. They are happy with their nonupgraded experience, as it is they who also decide which pieces of work and art have lasting value.
Fail to act on knowledge, and the moment dissipates. By forging ahead, the symptoms remain under control.