#40 - Engagement is the ice cream, polarization is the vegetables

Taking a hard look at Substack’s top ten after yet another chaotic week for media (and for everything else), Dan and Nathan dig into the Publisher v. Platform debate. Is it possible to reduce the harm done by platforms when you don’t even have a metric to measure it?


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