Just how dead is nuance? Irony has been struggling for a while now. Parody has started to become more difficult. And in the past four years, we've seen how hyperbole is also at risk.

I have a question journal that I've kept for a few years now, and on the first page is written: "How do you communicate a complex message to a diverse audience?"

With the world growing increasingly more complex every day, I think answering this question is crucial to our ability to move forward.

That doesn't mean I'm any closer to coming up with an answer, though...

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Aaron Meacham

Aaron Meacham

My name anagrams to “a man becomes.” I love movies and Kurt Vonnegut. I don’t understand how anagrams work.

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