Thinking For YourselfThere is a plague on the internet. It’s full of bullshit.
There is a plague on the internet. It’s full of bullshit.
And the sad part, for me, is that I have contributed to it.
In my “daily blogging journey,” a lot of what I have written is complete garbage. No one should read it for value.
I am not proud of that. In fact, I am very cognizant of the negative consequences of what I am doing by putting out information on the internet. Whenever I publish anything, with my name on it, I run the risk of negative association.
Lots of people would not write because of that.
I write, regardless of that, because I find it as the only way to get energy in the morning. It is the best exercise I could find to start my day and something I could execute on consistently.
But for every positive comment I get on my writing, I likely get 5–10 people who at least see my post and form a judgement of me without getting to know me.
They see I write some post and immediately associate me with another group.
That is human nature. I do it too.
Just got me thinking about the delicacy that is the internet and how important it is to be real and genuine on it.
Originally published at gonen.blog.
Exported from Medium on February 17, 2018.