The users of the social networking and research site Are.na have a hard time explaining what exactly it is. You could call it "a collection of digital meta-theses" or "playlists, but for ideas." Some say it's what would happen "if the French created the internet," or that it's "like nerdy Pinterest." But perhaps the best way to explain the website's ethos? "Social media for people who dislike social media."
The site, which was created in late 2012 by a group of artists and designers intent on creating a space that they could use to incubate ideas over time, has no advertising and no...
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