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When I first started the Praxis blog, my mission was to “dramatically increase the signal-to-noise ratio of the information you consume.”

That’s nerd-speak for “make every minute you spend consuming information much, much more valuable.”

I noticed that so much of the content online was just awful. Driven by clickbait, optimized for maximum distraction, and always catering to the lowest common denominator, it only added to people’s confusion and overwhelm instead of reducing it. 

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