We can direct the Internet’s flow towards our most craven instincts (spam, porn, gambling) or towards our vision of what the world can be like (online volunteering, e-giving, digital art). Just as the soul of money, or the role of money in the world, is the product of individual decisions as well as systemic forces, the soul of the Internet can be shaped by how we individually engage with the online sphere.
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I am an independent writer, speaker and researcher, and the author of Work Smarter with Social Media for Harvard Business Review Press. My work focuses on how people and organizations can work smarter and live better online. I am a regular contributor to The Wall Street Journal, The Christian Science Monitor's Passcode, JSTOR Daily and The Harvard Business Review, and I am represented for speaking engagements by the Lavin Agency.