Building on Alice’s comment above – could cities and other governmental organizations play a role in the standards setting?
I’ve always enjoyed reading content on Reddit and am often surprised to find how much of the content is repurposed on alternative websites (LifeHacker, Brit + Co, etc) in a more visually appealing, user friendly format. Any thoughts as to why Reddit has historically always kept its website visually unappealing?
Super interesting post! Has Patients Like Me or any similar platform concerned about a lawsuit for unreliable information? How do they protect?