Outrage sells. Outrage gets attention. Outrage provokes more outrage.
Katie Roiphe talks about outrage and Twitter in the June/July Esquire:
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The danger of social media is that outrage feeds on outrage, instant rage flashes into more instant rage, the group instinct overtakes any individual event or person … With the efficiency of the medium, speed and rawness are privileged over depth.