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The best way to get better news is to make news better


READ THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY...: The easiest way to break through the noise on Facebook or Twitter is to be as inlammatory and biased as possible.


TECH ENTREPRENEURS are always chattering that they don’t care about money—they just want to make the world better. Well, here’s a challenge that would do more to make a better world than yet another app like Places I’ve Pooped. (Yes, it exists.) How about coming up with a business model for solid, objective journalism that appeals to readers across the political spectrum? It might be the most profound way to help close America’s deep divide—and save us from something like that Russian Revolution scene in Dr. Zhivago.

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