There’s The ‘Web We Want’ and the web we’ve got

The Guardian is trying to bring “The Web Web Want” and the web we’ve got closer together in one of the most indepth looks at the negative issues of online comments and how to fix it in a series called “The Web We Want.”

The Guardian says it gets 50,000 comments a day, sometimes spiking up to 70,000 a day. It’s asking readers for ideas on how to make online conversations — or at least commenting — better.

Below, NPR’s Audie Cornish speaks with the Guardian’s series editor Becky Gardiner and writer Nesrine Malik about the effort.