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Y undetected until now personalized filters are sweeping the Web creating individual universes of information for each of us Facebook the primary news source for an increasing number of Americans prioritizes the links it believes will appeal to you so that if you are a liberal you can expect to see only progressive links Even an old media bastion like The Washington Post devotes the top of its home page to a news feed with the links your Facebook friends are sharing Behind the scenes a burgeoning industry of data companies is tracking your personal information to sell to advertisers from your political leanings to the color you painted your living room to the hiking boots you just browsed on ZapposIn a personalized world we will increasingly be typed a. Very interesting book Here are the notes I wrote in the margins while reading it on the Kindle Page 15Note This is why I love going to libraries The chance encounter of a new topic you never thought of exploring 256 Page 17Note I need to go to town hall meetings 279 Page 20Notes on this intro I don t mind companies targeting me as I live my life much with a transparent attitude However the author makes very good point that we each end up in or own bubble Now all this info gathering is what I totally want our strategy to be at work we need to know our customer I blows my mind that ppl don t see that at work or don t care 316 Page 29uote When you log in after a day reading Kindle e books at the beach is able to subtly customize its site to appeal to what you ve read Note Ha I m reading this on a kindle app now Hi 423 Page 49uote Now all that was changing One executive in the marketing session was especially blunt The publishers are losing he said and they will lose because they just don t get it Note So true This carries over to the syndication world as well Ppl don t get that you have to make your content reach a demographic Your content can t just be general generalness any like how newspapers behave 661 Page 83uote Stumbling on Happiness author Dan Gilbert presents volumes of data to demonstrate that we re terrible at figuring out what makes us happyNote But God knows 1080 Page 85uote ensure that we aren t constantly seeing the world anewNote I wonder if I have poor schema cuz I often see the world anew Or perhaps my schemata is flexible Or maybe I have a bunch able to be referenced like a library Hmmm I think it s the flexible one I don t have a deep library brain My brain is not strong in brute force but nimble and flexible 1099 Page 85uote Schemata can actually get in the way of our ability to directly observe what s happeningNote What we called in art critiues baggage the viewer brings 1105 Page 91uote contents But to feel curiosity we have to be conscious that something s being hiddenNote Kinda like how I m going to start hanging the what is your treasure tag outside the treasure chests 1175 Page 91uote Stripped of the surprise of unexpected events and associations a perfectly filtered world would provoke less learning And there s another mental balance that personalization can upset the balance between open mindedness and focus that makes us creativeNote Yes The flexible mind for creativity It makes me thankful that right after college I made it a goal to live a creative life and to show others how to live creatively I researched and devoured books on creativity It makes me glad that I did that at a young age it set me up to be where I m now and where I m going 1185 Page 92uote Stripped of the surprise of unexpected events and associations a perfectly filtered world would provoke less learning And there s another mental balance that personalization can upset the balance between open mindedness and focus that makes us creativeNote Whoa Adderall cuts down creativity AWAY ADDERALL AWAY 1191 Page 93uote Farah the director of the University of Pennsylvania s Center for Cognitive Neuroscience has bigger worries I m a little concerned that we could be raising a generation of very focused accountants Note Lol our poor accountants 1202 Page 93uote definition ingenuity comes from the juxtaposition of ideas that are far apart and relevance comes from finding ideas that are similarNote Long live wikipedia and its abilities to make us curious about random topics 1206 Page 93uote By definition ingenuity comes from the juxtaposition of ideas that are far apart and relevance comes from finding ideas that are similar Note Hmmm interesting point I agree on that definition of ingenuitycreativity but couldn t creativity also be bringing together relevant things Or am I watering down what creativity is 1210 Page 99uote One could tie a string to the barometer lower it and measure the string thinking of the instrument as a thing with weight The unamused instructorNote Ha 1286 Page 100uote Avoid smartass physicists But the episode also explains why Bohr was such a brilliant innovator His ability to see objects and concepts in many different ways made it easier for him to use them to solve problemsNote It s too bad there are so many narrow minded But that doesn t bother me much I can stil do my creative thing 1293 Page 100uote The kind of categorical openness that supports creativity also correlates with certain kinds of luck While science has yet to find that there are people whom the universe favors ask people to guess a random number and we re all about eually bad at it there are some traits that people who consider themselves to be lucky share They re open to new experiences and new people They re also distractableNote Lol I m distractible I wonder how many of the hundred of people here so intently focused on the music are distractable 1296 Page 102uote Creative environments often rely on liuid networks where 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The Filter Bubble What the Internet is Hiding From You

Nd fed only news that is pleasant familiar and confirms our beliefs and because these filters are invisible we won't know what is being hidden from us Our past interests will determine what we are exposed to in the future leaving less room for the unexpected encounters that spark creativity innovation and the democratic exchange of ideasWhile we all worry that the Internet is eroding privacy or shrinking our attention spans Pariser uncovers a pernicious and far reaching trend on the Internet and shows how we can and must change course With vivid detail and remarkable scope The Filter Bubble reveals how personalization undermines the Internet's original purpose as an open platform for the spread of ideas and could leave us all in an isolated echoing wor. A very important book for anyone who uses the internet The big providers Facebook and Google especially filter the content they present to you without telling you and without your permission Even if you think you ve elected to receive everything They do it in the name of personalization but it s largely to services advertisers and it affects your online experience in insidious ways This book is short well written and easy to understand Although written by a well known liberal activist it is not a political book Anyone who is concerned about freedom and control over his or her own life should read this At the very least you should be aware of the issues But also consider carefully the solutions Pariser suggests they are logical and reasonable and entirely within our means if we don t wait too long The Teams Milking Cow only news that is pleasant familiar and confirms Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) of ideasWhile we all worry that the Internet is eroding privacy Zenith or shrinking A Pale Light in the Black our attention spans Pariser uncovers a pernicious and far reaching trend Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves original purpose as an Spieserye open platform for the spread Feral of ideas and could leave us all in an isolated echoing wor. A very important book for anyone who uses the internet The big providers Facebook and Google especially filter the content they present to you without telling you and without your permission Even if you think you ve elected to receive everything They do it in the name Krismis van Map Jacobs of personalization but it s largely to services advertisers and it affects your Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods online experience in insidious ways This book is short well written and easy to understand Although written by a well known liberal activist it is not a political book Anyone who is concerned about freedom and control Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche over his Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, or her Mensa Riddles Conundrums own life should read this At the very least you should be aware Julie of the Wolves of the issues But also consider carefully the solutions Pariser suggests they are logical and reasonable and entirely within The Right Swipe our means if we don t wait too long

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An eye opening account of how the hidden rise of personalization on the Internet is controlling and limiting the information we consumeIn December 2009 Google began customizing its search results for each user Instead of giving you the most broadly popular result Google now tries to predict what you are most likely to click on According to MoveOnorg board president Eli Pariser Google's change in policy is symptomatic of the most significant shift to take place on the Web in recent years the rise of personalization In this groundbreaking investigation of the new hidden Web Pariser uncovers how this growing trend threatens to control how we consume and share information as a society and reveals what we can do about itThough the phenomenon has gone largel. 355 4 stars BThe first half of this book is a solid 5 star read and I d recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about social engineering and the Internet and some of the ways we are heavily manipulated through our searches likes clicks The author got a bit carried away and dragged the story out taking away some of the impact so that is why I didn t give it a 5 star all the way through I think an important message is that people have to be diligent about looking for information don t believe everything you read don t let someone else s filters and algorithm lead you down the garden path I think a lot of people are fundamentally lazy and therein lies the danger in the filter bubble Many many people are perfectly content to sit back in their figurative easy chair and soak in whatever truth is being fed to them The real strength in this book is that it points out in a clear and understandable way all the many things being done to our information stream that can alter the truth we perceive Well worth the read I d recommend that anyone who uses the Internet give this book a read A Pale Light in the Black opening account Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves of personalization Spieserye on the Internet is controlling and limiting the information we consumeIn December 2009 Google began customizing its search results for each user Instead Feral of giving you the most broadly popular result Google now tries to predict what you are most likely to click Krismis van Map Jacobs on According to MoveOnorg board president Eli Pariser Google's change in policy is symptomatic Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods of the most significant shift to take place Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche on the Web in recent years the rise Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, of personalization In this groundbreaking investigation Mensa Riddles Conundrums of the new hidden Web Pariser uncovers how this growing trend threatens to control how we consume and share information as a society and reveals what we can do about itThough the phenomenon has gone largel. 355 4 stars BThe first half Julie of the Wolves of this book is a solid 5 star read and I d recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about social engineering and the Internet and some The Right Swipe of the ways we are heavily manipulated through Touched our searches likes clicks The author got a bit carried away and dragged the story Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa out taking away some Ugly Fish of the impact so that is why I didn t give it a 5 star all the way through I think an important message is that people have to be diligent about looking for information don t believe everything you read don t let someone else s filters and algorithm lead you down the garden path I think a lot The Math of Life and Death 7 Mathematical Principles That Shape Our Lives of people are fundamentally lazy and therein lies the danger in the filter bubble Many many people are perfectly content to sit back in their figurative easy chair and soak in whatever truth is being fed to them The real strength in this book is that it points Little Gods out in a clear and understandable way all the many things being done to


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    I read this book because it’s very well known because he gave a famous talk about this at a recent TED conference and because I work and do research on how people think about the information they get from the internet In the end Pariser and I both think about these things a great deal—he worries deeply and writes a book that has essentially one complaint in it His complaint? Internet companies provide personalization service

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    Well if you want to be terrified about how the web is scooping information about us stereotyping us pigeonholing us basical

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    355; 4 stars; BThe first half of this book is a solid 5 star read and I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about social engineering and the Internet and some of the ways we are heavily manipulated through our searches likes clicks The author got a bit carried away and dragged the story out taking away some of the impact so that is why I didn't give it a 5 star all the way through I think an important m

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    The big message in this book is that curators' of information on the Internet like Google and Facebook use of personalization has significant negative conseuences If I search for something on Google I am going to get results tailored to where I am and who Google thinks I am Pariser argues that we are less and less confr

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    Very interesting book Here are the notes I wrote in the margins while reading it on the Kindle Page 15Note This is why I love going t

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    It's ironic how I became aware of this book and read it given the topic of filtering and personalization I found this book serendipitously I was in the public library waiting for a workstation to open up I was standing at the beginning of the non fiction book section This book has Dewey decimal number 004678 r

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    NOTE A month after writing my original review I changed my rating from 4 to 5 because of how it has stayed with me and the number of interesting conversations I have had about itIn the introduction to The Filter Bubble Eli Pariser delivers a very thought provoking message the internet is getting better and better at knowing what we want an

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    A very important book for anyone who uses the internet The big providers Facebook and Google especially filter the content they present to yo

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    The Mosaic Browser unleashed the internet boom of the 1990s The National Center for Supercomputing Applications NCSA at the University of Illinois in Urbana–Champaign developed it in late 1992 NCSA released the browser in 1993 It was a 'Killer App' which brought the Graphical User Interface in our uest to search and n

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    Eli Pariser argues in The Filter Bubble that rise of pervasive embedded filtering is changing the way we experience the internet and ultimately the world Now that companies can aggregate our web behaviors likes and purchases online profiles of web users can be built that can be profitably sold to interested parties This book therefore covers two issues total personalization of delivered web data and nature of these creat