By Scott Nesler
The Do Good Gauge aims to provide a framework to view arguments at a local, regional, national, and global level. High voting trends at the lower level allow arguments to percolate to broader visibility.
Few are gifted with the ability to debate at the global level. To achieve this skill, practice and competition at a smaller level is essential. Iteration, feedback, and coaching provides a formula to clarify a point a view, giving an argument a higher potential to compete at a larger scale.
Everyone deserves a voice, but not every argument requires the ear of the world. Many arguments can be handle within the confines of a local audience. Providing a parameter to the author to choose the demographic limits of an argument reduces clutter at a larger level.