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Busting the [Filter] Bubble

This week, I have been participating in a #10days10blogs challenge, exploring the theme of digital filter bubbles.

I hope you will enjoy the posts, beginning here.

3/10 – How the “smart phone” and mobile apps have changed the way we interact online

4/10 – Historical perspective – the co-created open web to corporately owned platforms

5/10 – Algorithms: What’s controlling what you see and read?

6/10 – Information Literacy: What will your lesson plan look like now?

7/10 – Videos and Images – From Facts to Feelings

8/10 – Popularity over Importance: Celebrity culture in a time of wicked world problems

9/10 – The Attention Economy

10/10 – Escape Your [Filter] Bubble

I welcome your feedback, comments and suggestions as I learn more about who has the power in our interconnected, yet insular, digital world.

Featured image from NASA on Unsplash.

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Some initial resources:

CBC Ideas: The Insular Web

Tech Gypsies Podcast (caution – adult language)

Danah Boyd – Why America is Self-Segregating

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