The allure of anonymity

There is a certain enchantment associated with anonymity. This story is an exploration into why more and more people should succumb to it

The anonymous don’t mince words. They know only too well that they will be heard. And appreciated. 

“I don’t know if people believe what I say or not but they do like what I say,” it says. “And that is because people like to hear what they believe in and connect instantly when you serve them with that. There are two sides to everything, and the startup ecosystem is no different. But media so far has only projected the sunny side while leaving the dark side for the reader to discover himself. And in…

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