That's partly what I have a problem with. Workplace politics is just a byproduct of working with others (obviously some push it to an unhealthy extreme). Anonymity is also a double-edged sword - we can hold back from our darkest impulses because of how society would see us if not. Anonymously, this isn't the case. You just have to look at anonymous forums to see this is a really dangerous idea. And that's without looking into the technical difficulties of remaining anonymous.

A tech that seeks to remove social interactions ON PURPOSE seems unhealthy.

I really appreciate your point of view, though. It's both grounded and valid.

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Strategy Consultant | Tech writer | Somewhat French

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Strategy Consultant | Tech writer | Somewhat French