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True words may be unpopular – and politically incorrect

The February 28th blog post by the always-insightful Anne R. Allen knocked me over. So, so many good points in her wide-ranging take on Internet censorship (and the too-often resulting self-censorship), misplaced political correctness, trolls, crowdsourcing, the Dunning-Kruger Effect (worth … Continue reading

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