Who Cares?



Blindspots: Ode to Naysayers

As more and more of the national GDP is built out of smoke and mirrors, it becomes more important than ever to legitimize dissent.

Where’s Waldo? Inside of us all along.

Flipping through the next few pages, I spent less time finding Waldo. I was only thrown off when they added red herrings.

Research shows self-censorship more pervasive than formal censorship

Explicit restrictions are not what stop most people from speaking — instead, it’s the implicit pressure to conform.