“Your comment reminded me that the way I get my news, did not work, either. I use a news feed from Bing (not my choice), that I started using when I got Windows 8.”
“I've just finished watching the 1st episode, but I'm excited to see the rest! I plan to share this doc series with quite a few people --- I hope they'll watch, I think they will :-)”
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“Not all of us are on Facebook, I'm not and even if I was would never get my news there. Had a page for a few weeks, but refuse to post any photos of myself online.”
“Very interesting and informative, thanks for doing this.”
Social Networks have become our source for news. But are the algorithms that find the things we like trapping us inside what’s become known as the “filter bubble”?
Not all of us are on Facebook, I’m not and even if I was would never get my news there. Had a page for a few weeks, but refuse to post any photos of myself online. Facebook decided I was a corporation and demanded photographic proof of identity, or copy of any official documents. I refused so they deleted my page. That is to say the computer that runs Facebook, I doubt any human employees ever read anything sent in response to their formulaic demands.
I do however have this feeling that the internet is “dumbing down” the population. It never ceases to amaze me that people will believe everything they read online and rarely search past the one post or article they read to find out the truth.
I wish everyone would watch this series, it is a real eye opener. Sadly everyone I sent the link to declined to watch the series.
Very interesting and informative, thanks for doing this.