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Why donโ€™t more people question things? What does it mean to question things? What kinds of things do we need to question? What kinds of answers do we hope to find from those questions? What sort of questions are we capable of answering? How do we answer the rest of the questions? Would it help if more people read books? Why does my generation, self included, insist of not reading books? Why do we insist on watching so much TV? Why do we insist on spending so much time on Twitter or Facebook? Why do I care so much how many likes or favs a picture or a post gets? What does it say about a society driven by that? Why are we so obsessed with amusing ourselves to death? Why are there so many damn photo sharing websites and todo applications? Is anybody even reading this? How do we make the world a better place? What does it mean to make the world a better place? Why do we think technology is the only way to accomplish this? Why are some people against technology? Do these people have good reasons for what they believe? Are we certain our reasons are better? Can we even know that for sure? What does it mean to know something for sure? Do computers cause more problems than they solve? Will the world be a better place if everyone learns to program? If we teach all the homeless people Javascript will they stop being homeless? What about the sexists and the racists and the fascists and the homophobes? Who else can help? How do we get all these people to work together? How do we teach them? How can we let people learn in better ways? How can we convince people to let go of their strategies adapted for the past and instead focus on the future? Why are there so many answers to the wrong questions?

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