By: Ned Hepburn | Esquire
There are people that are good at the Internet, and then there are people like Abraham Piper. You may or may not have heard of his site Twenty Two Words. It’s largely an aggregational site with a human edge, not entirely unlike the bane of current-day journalism that is Upworthy (“At First I Was Sick Of Reading Headlines Like This, Then I Read This One”, etc). Yet Twenty Two Words has more articles shared on Facebook than Rolling Stone and Gawker combined.