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    The small world questions

    Without a doubt, the world has become more connected, noisier and more complex. But along the way, we’re still applying our instincts from a century ago, from a planet of villages and different expectations.

    Rhetorical questions worth considering as we think about what’s normal. Where does here end and there begin? Is there a line between freedom and responsibility?

    Is it okay to:

    • Drive at 80 mph in a school zone?
    • Smoke on an airplane?
    • Spam a list of email addresses?
    • Use a gas-powered leaf blower?
    • What if it’s against local regulations?
    • Shoplift?
    • Pirate an ebook?
    • Ride a scooter on the sidewalk?
    • Aggressively market addictive painkillers while concealing the dangers?
    • Send kids to a school where they don’t learn to read or write?
    • Dump garbage from your factory into the river? The atmosphere?
    • Play loud music at midnight in your apartment?
    • Not get a polio vaccine for kids?
    • Actively fund construction on a new coal plant?

    No right answers, but urgent questions at scale.

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