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The Same Drugs: Bill Ottman on the problems with social media and how we can fix them

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Bill Ottman is the co-founder and CEO of Minds, a free and open source social network with crypto rewards. I spoke to him this week about the problems with social media and how we can do things better.

Follow Bill on Minds: https://www.minds.com/ottman/

Watch this episode on YouTube. To gain early access to select content and Patreon-only content please sign up as a patron. The Same Drugs is on Twitter @the_samedrugs.

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