by adam mathes
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What I meant was something more traditionally internet hippie: that everyone should write every day and put it somewhere other people can find it on the web.

More people will read it than you think, and it will be better than you think.

It’s awkward to ask people what they’re thinking, but we want to know more often than we’ll admit.

It seems sort of archaic now, in a world where software articulates vague social relationships and induces an artificial audience of verified identities, but the organic audience (with people you wouldn’t and couldn’t expect) reading is part of the charm.

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