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This is what filter bubbles actually look like

This is what filter bubbles actually look like

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  • This is an incredible visualization of how social media is not only rife with partisan echo chambers, it's almost nothing but.

    The problem is that once this trend starts, because social media is a textbook example of the power of network effects, it's almost impossible to reverse. Without a massive

    This is an incredible visualization of how social media is not only rife with partisan echo chambers, it's almost nothing but.

    The problem is that once this trend starts, because social media is a textbook example of the power of network effects, it's almost impossible to reverse. Without a massive event, the dots will continue to grow on either side and hollow out the middle.

  • Great visualizations, analysis of political polarization in media - traditional and social - including discussion of bots and similar/distinct patterns observed in more totalitarian countries.

  • A fascinating study on the national and global effects of social media on politics and society.