Many people often complain about the noise, fanboism and bullying on the Web today but seldom realize that this is in consequence to hyper-inclusive internet and ubiquitous connectivity.

Noise, I believe, is directly proportional to the size of audience and allowing them to participate in a conversation without even logging them in (revealing their identity) makes things even worse.

Manageable conversations, IMHO, need fewer participants, narrower contexts and strong culture that preserves the sanctity and purpose of the community. Platforms such as Talkonomy and Reddit thrive on this necessity.

While different platforms cater to different cultures, Talkonomy encourages intellectual conversations by enforcing strong identity and instituting a reputation system, Topic/Post/Comment hierarchy, structured expression, etc.