The Internet, it seems, is contributing to the polarization of America, as people surround themselves with people who think like them and hesitate to say anything different. Internet companies magnify the effect, by tweaking their algorithms to show us more content from people who are similar to us. —NYTimes.com.
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See also today’s article by Nick Bilton: http://nyti.ms/1tEI6C1
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wow… it seemed this way, but I don’t have a huge crowd on facebook, so I thought I was imagining it; though it helps to read study parameters
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