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As someone who works in software and lives in the world, the idea of software eating the world has been top of mind for quite some time. I mean, I don’t think we should remake the world in the image of software and definitely not in that of the software people, but I do think we are in a time of transformational change in our societies because of it. At the same time, if software is eating the world, I do think that it should take a breather before taking another bite.
It made me think about how we tackle difficult conversations (and feedback in particular) at the moment, given the current emotional void and the challenges of virtual communication. I think our perceptions need to shift and our approaches need to adapt, quickly.