The title of this post is from The Atlantic co-founder Francis H. Underwood. This is an interesting article about how the publication turned itself around, but I thought this bit by Lauren Indvik was particularly relevant today:

It’s The Atlantic‘s tradition as a “platform for voices” that makes it a natural fit for the web, says Bennet, who became editor-in-chief of the magazine at the age of 39. “We’ve never had a coherent ideology or a consistent sound the way a lot of publications do,” he says. “To some people’s minds that’s been a weakness in print. But strong individual voices get heard on the web.”