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In this essay, I reflect on a central question: "why did I experience something so profoundly different in Virtually Viral Hangouts (VVH) than I was able to help seed in my own district during the COVID-19 crisis?" I identify three key components of the VVH ethos that inspired new ways of thinking, namely: digital technologies free us from constraints to build something different, digital technologies are most effective when we use them to build community, and digital collaboration enables usdoi:10.23860/jmle-2021-13-3-14 fatcat:wwba3t7wdjavxhfxxfxzpxpcxq