Volleyball can be a little tricky to get into, especially without an actual ball to practice with. You’ll have to drill in the fundamentals in your head before you can really play the game the way it was meant to be played, and for that, you’ll need a dedicated space to practice and a full-sized volleyball.
Still, you know what would have made the volleyball swindle even sadder? If a human had been involved. There are news organizations who’ve built honest service journalism businesses funded by affiliate links. The New York Times’ Wirecutter and New York Magazine’s the Strategist employ experts who write crisp copy and disclose conflicts. But if your organization’s premise is ‘Hey, we’re going to be a cut-rate parasite in certain places just to pay the bills,’ then isn’t it better to keep church and state as separate as possible? Shouldn’t humans do ambitious, unconflicted journalism and let AI do the grubby stuff?