Source: Meggs, Philip B. A History of Graphic Design. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1998. (p 64)

The loudness of the internet

Words about preaching to a choir of none

Blogs and social media posts have become too righteous. Online, places to take refuge from the yelling are sparse.

There was a time when blogs were a way to escape the drudgery of traditional news. Now the news feels increasingly like a place to relax and unwind.

Few write to bring others joy and even fewer write to inform. Most write to prove their virtue to a public they do not, and will not, ever know.

My name is Charlie Gedeon. Currently I’m leading growth @dopsAI and running Special Initiatives @d3centre. I work daily with people that build things and reflect on the power of computers to enable our creativity.

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Designing tools for more transparent algorithms and better cognition. Dedicated to making tech further our curiosity and creativity.

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