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Eli Pariser’s “The Filter Bubble: What The Internet Is Hiding From You”

A review of Eli Pariser’s “The Filter Bubble: What The Internet Is Hiding From You”. Continue reading

Throwback: #GE2015: Reductive Analyses Of Social Media

A poor commentary about the supposed impact of social media was published after the general elections in 2015, and I argued that additional research and hypotheses were needed before any reasonable conclusions could be made. Continue reading

Throwback: The Circus That Is The General Elections

During the campaign period of the general elections in 2015, I reflected on the different posts and trends, and compared them to my own coverage of the general elections in 2011. Continue reading

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  • RT @mattmikalatos: - 24% of abortion patients identified as Catholic - 17% mainline Protestant - 13% as evangelical Protestant Which is on… 3 hours ago
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