Well written bit from an F1 journalist- but a good read even if you don’t know your Formula 1 from a number 2 pencil.
We live in an odd time.
The internet has made the world far smaller. It has enriched our lives with a sea of information on any and every subject we could possibly wish to study. From mathematics to Mozart, theories on the beginning of time to recipes for the perfect New York cheesecake, if you want to know something, you can find it.
It has given everyone a voice. If you have an opinion, you can make it heard.
The level of debate should have risen. With the bounty of information at our fingertips, the quality of argument, of reasoned and intelligent discussion, should have improved exponentially.
And yet it hasn’t. It has plummeted. Debate and reason has been replaced by vitriol and anger. Frustration and belligerence surmised in 140 blindly tapped characters.
News stories that an individual dislikes are instantly passed over as “fake news.” Stories that don’t fit…
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