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How Free Web Content Traps Us In An Abyss Of Ads & Clickbait
10/17/16 by NPR
Author and law professor Tim Wu says much of the "free" content on the web comes at a price to users, who are subjected to ads that are targeted specifically at them and increasingly hard to ignore. His new book is ‘The Attention Merchants.’ Also, jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews Wadada Leo Smith’s album ‘America’s National Parks.’
I can’t use the bulk of emoji. They’re too small to even see! Where’s that magnifying glass tool?
“Playing ‘Telephone’ with Transportation Data” by Steven Polzin on Planetizen
“In an era where a huge share of research and media reporting has a strong advocacy orientation or motivational biases, it is critical to delve into the data being cited a little deeper. Subtle context conditions or interpretations can result in dramatically different meanings. We have enough readily available and citable and seemingly credentialed sources to find supporting evidence for virtually any perspective. Folks need to be careful about playing telephone with planning data.”
Small towns join forces to bridge the digital divide
How cool, Google getting into the solar panel homeowner game!