It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that the information we get online is changing. In the era of fake news and click-bait, reading things online gets exhausting. You may hear yourself saying, “Won’t somebody just give it to me straight? Is that so hard?”
Well, we hear you loud and clear and have made it our mission to at least keep our little corner of the internet a good place to stay informed.
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