Many of us know what it feels like to binge on social media. Delectable, at first, as you feed on that ever-replenishing fountain of images and "likes." But take in too much, and you start feeling overwhelmed, disgusted, and even guilty ("Did I just spend that much time traveling down an Instagram vortex?").
According to Are.na, an online platform started by artists, however, social media shouldn't have to feel like junk food. "We want to build a safe space that's about learning and being interested," Are.na's co-founder Charles Broskoski tells me from his office in Sunset Park, Brooklyn....
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