We've become like hummingbirds, flitting from one information source to the next.
No longer do we take the time to digest the information we gather.
What percentage of that $billion has gone to the artists who perform the songs? Or the writers who write them?
If Microsoft really wants to make my computing more secure, design a better OS architecture that doesn't need all these add-ons in order to feign security benefits.
While not too bad for social things, it brings out the worst when exploited for political reasons, keeping a whole group of people of the verge of "outrage" nearly continuously.
If that center benchmark is too far towards the conservative side, then the web (and, subsequently, google's search results) will appear to have a liberal bias.
In other words, maybe the web does not have a liberal bias, maybe the center benchmark that the researchers used is too far towards the conservative side.
Most of the people these days who would consider springing for an Apple-branded access point...
When you start your comment off with an unsubstantiated, made-up factoid, it lowers the strength of the position you are trying to support.
iow, Nice Try. Wanna Play Again?
... The biggest lies I see on news channels these days are lies of omission
If those news sites are not carrying the wack-o stories you want to read about, then find some news sites that do. Get outside your filter bubble. It is as simple as that. Just don't expect one news site, or even a few news sites, to cover all the stories you want to read about.
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