Your worldview is based on media - not facts.

"You do not get a fact-based worldview in traditional or social media. You get a distorted picture of a world in constant crisis. That is why Fact-based Optimism is needed."

-- Magnus Aschan

The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, but most people still have a negative view of the future.

We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.

Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based, optimistic news.

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"The next great acceleration in innovation will come from global communities."

By balancing the negativity in the media, Warp News will help drive more optimism about the future.

Some of our stories from the Optimist's Edge

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: How large projects are completed on time and budget (learn from Pixar)

A mere 0.5 percent of all major projects are completed as planned and within budget. Have the pessimists FINALLY found something they're right about? One might think so, but...

Mathias Sundin 5 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: The centaur's edge (how amateurs beat experts)

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: By becoming really good at using AI tools, amateurs can perform better than experts.

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Prize competitions accelerate innovation

πŸ’‘ Prize competitions accelerate innovation by both crowdsourcing ideas and financing.

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

πŸ’‘ How Jeff Bezos used the Optimist's Edge

Something called the internet was growing at 2300 percent per year. But it was dismissed as a fad. Jeff Bezos used Optimist's Edge to make a life-changing decision. You can do that too.

Mathias Sundin 2 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Self-driving cars will be a freedom revolution for people with disabilities

πŸ’‘ Self-driving cars will look different and be much cheaper to travel, meaning a freedom revolution for people with disabilities.

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Self-driving cars will be really fast

Few humans can drive at 200 miles per hour, like an F1 driver, and it is very dangerous to do so. But that would be easy peasy for an autonomous vehicle.