I spend less and less time on Facebook. So I’m on Twitter. I saw a tweet recently that encapsulates the total fail of modern news feeds: “Here’s an outrageous algorithm idea, bear with me: a feed that shows you posts made by people you follow, in the order they were posted.” (https://twitter.com/BOKHOOTOS/status/953398351810187266) Facebook and Twitter etc. are all glorified fancy… Read more →
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