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7 Incredibly Useful Facebook Tips, Including How to Stop Video Autoplay, Message Read Receipts, Not Post to Feed, Not Post to One Reader
On second thought, Facebook doesn’t care so much about news publishers.
59 percent of links shared on social media have never actually been clicked. Most people retweet news without reading it.
Facebook + Big Data = Social Engineering
Refocus Your Attention On What Makes You Happy to Avoid FOMO
Women From Venus, Men Still From Mars on Facebook, Study Finds
Echo Boomers Will Save the U.S. Economy
Seriously, Stop Pretending You Ate That - The Cut
Bile, venom and lies: How I was trolled on the Internet, by Fareed Zaharia
The “Other Side” Is Not Dumb, by Sean Blanda, Medium
The man who studies the spread of ignorance...
Don’t blame the candidates—blame yourself
Vaccine skeptics can be convinced to change their positions, by showing them graphic images of children infected by preventable diseases.
Where Different Generations Get Political News According to Pew
Boogie2988 asks: Why do people hate fat people?
Is Facebook keeping you in a political bubble?
How Lies Spread Faster Than the Truth: A Study of Viral Content
Caring Is Sharing - How Facebook is changing the ways we feel.
How conservatives lost their faith in science
The Backfire Effect: The Psychology of Why We Have a Hard Time Changing Our Minds, by Brain Pickings
The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World - Recommendation Engines are #5.
Data Mining Reveals How The “Down-Vote” Leads To A Vicious Circle Of Negative Feedback — The Physics arXiv Blog — Medium
How Being Unfocused Can Take Your Career To The Next Level - Forbes
"This Article Will Make You Laugh, Cry, Then Resent Me"
Facebook Study On Language And Personality
Controversy and Conversation | Psychology Today
Online ‘Likes’ Herd Others to Similar Views, Study Finds
We’ve been brainwashed by the rich
Big Data Troves Stay Forbidden to Social Scientists
Online echo chambers: A study of 250 million Facebook users reveals the Web isn’t as polarized as we thought. - Slate Magazine
Is the internet creating an echo chamber where you only hear those who agree with you?
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