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And How To Maintain It
Each day the internet is accessed for various reasons, and we've begun to shape our opinions based on what we know from the internet. It's easy to switch an opinion on something and even normal, but...
Forming your own opinion on the internet
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Did You Know?
WHAT ARE THE RISKS?
Wasted Conversation
Wasted Time
Loss of Self
While wasted conversation and time might be one of the more obvious points, it is not as obvious that one can become a pancake and flip flop their opinions on a daily basis, simply because someone has a good point about a topic.
HOW DO I DO THIS THOUGH?
STEP 1
USE THE INTERNET: A vast library of knowledge shouldn't go to waste, not everything on the internet is true, but not everything is a lie!
STEP 2
STEP 3
FIND MULTIPLE SOURCES: Understand that bias exists and not all news sources will deliver the news in ways that can help you
KNOW THE SOURCES: Satire news exists, the internet is full of it, know the difference between legit sites and satire.
STEP 1
USE THE INTERNET: A vast library of knowledge shouldn't go to waste, not everything on the internet is true, but not everything is a lie!
STEP 2
FIND MULTIPLE SOURCES: Understand that bias exists and not all news sources will deliver the news in ways that can help you
STEP 3
KNOW THE SOURCES: Satire news exists, the internet is full of it, know the difference between legit sites and satire.
Recognizing Your Own Biases: David Foster Wallace
My opinion is...
To be perfectly honest...
Warning Phrases And What They're Really Saying
Here is my belief...
This is why you should think I'm right...
In my opinion's truth...
"We spend a lot of energy protecting our egos instead of considering our faults. Mindfulness may help reverse this."
I'm Just Saying...
To be perfectly honest...
Let's be frank...
Surely...
To tell you the truth...
SOURCES
https://web-assets.domo.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/DataNeverSleeps_2.0_v2.jpg http://www.domo.com/blog/2014/04/data-never-sleeps-2-0/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhhC_N6Bm_s http://nationalreport.net/house-republicans-proposing-dress-code-first-daughters/ http://listen.hatnote.com/ http://blog.practicalethics.ox.ac.uk/2014/12/limiting-the-damage-from-cultures-in-collision/ http://www.usu.edu/ust/index.cfm?article=54180