The world is certainly flat. Everyone said so. The government said so. The church said so. Your wise old aunt and the richest guy in town said so. Everyone.
Except, a few explorers, dreamers, scientists, artists, and plain-spoken folks who looked out at a sky that looked more like a bowl and noticed that the ground and sky always met for a brief kiss before the observer wandered ever closer and the meeting became elusive. And shadows, tides, and other indications seemed to suggest that there might be something more than dragons beyond the edge of the world. And so, as it turned out, the world was not, in fact flat. There was a seemingly endless set of new possibilities to discover.
Privacy is certainly dead. Everyone said so. Rich ...