Cappuccino: Make Clarity Matter
Most intellectuals agree that being articulate is powerful, and they're right. People who use language clearly and effectively can connect us beyond imagination, for better or for worse. Good use of language propels us forward.
But the rise of social media has widened the spectrum, where each one of us possesses the power to tweet and caption at their own taste. As this phenomenon becomes more prevalent, clarity of thought takes a backseat. Public discourse becomes harder, and fewer people can make sense of events clearly. You will not be surprised to know that we find it troubling.
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