@ton My worry is that, due to the same lack of unscripted interaction you mention, people will become more radical. For example: people used to have more opportunity to try out their conspiracy-theories on their co-workers, who then had a opportunity to talk them out of those.But not only for conspiracies, I think this will push everybody into a slightly more radical version of their pre-socially-distant selves. Kinda like the YouTube recommendation-funnel is also already doing.