For the average Joe, the concept of antimatter is as alien as it gets.
We all know that most aggregated stories today are auto-summarized (or a cut version of the original story). It’s also the reason why app makers like to call it “curation” instead of “aggregation.” They want to emphasize the difference: the former is done by humans, the latter by codes.
If there’s anything the hit podcast “Serial” taught the world, it’s that the human psyche is naturally interested in mysteries, and that it is our instinct to question what’s deemed “normal.”
Browse your news feed and you’ll notice that audio content rarely gets shared, unlike hundreds of cat pictures and hilarious YouTube videos that seem to be mainstays in your feed.
What is the state of poetry these days?