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Advertising’s Moral Struggle: Is Online Reach Worth the Hurt? by the New York Times
Why the World Is Better Than Ever... and Will Get Better Still...
Facebook Partners With Third-Party Fact Checkers To Rein In Fake News
Google Chrome Extension Replaces All Images Of Donald Trump With Kittens
A decent breakdown of all things real and fake news...
Where does Trump get his news?
Facebook fake-news writer: "I think Donald Trump is in the White House because of me"
Wait But Why on the 2016 Election: "It’s Going to Be Okay"
Facebook’s failure: did fake news and polarized politics get Trump elected?
The Hoaxes, Fake News and Misinformation We Saw on Election Day
The Facebook fake news echo chamber forces that drove the 2016 election’s media failure are likely to get worse, by Nieman Journalism Lab
Snapchat is ready to feel a lot more like TV.
Facebook has repeatedly trended fake news since firing its human editors
How the Internet, Dopamine and your Brain are Working Together to Screw Your Potential...
I used to be a human being. An endless bombardment of news and gossip and images has rendered us manic information addicts. ~Andrew Sullivan
Fed Up Movie: Sugar is addictive poison that makes people sick, according to Robert Lustig.
Psychological Facts That Make People Click:
Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch?
The 30 most viral stories of 2014 so far are all clickbait.
Breaking Bad News Doesn’t Have To Be So Bad
There's no such thing as free will. But we're better off believing in it anyway.
Why the World Is Better Than You Think in 10 Powerful Charts, by Peter Diamandis
How The Food Industry Helps Engineer Our Cravings, by NPR
Here's the truth about how the internet affects your brain
Why It's So Important to Unplug from Technology
What 'Food Porn' Does to the Brain — The Atlantic
Eat, Fast and Live Longer
News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier | The Guardian
Supernormal Stimuli and Our Lizard Brains: Are Humans Truly Ready for Junk Food, TV, Video Games, Porn, or the Internet?
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