December 13, 2016

This Is Fake This is along the lines of B.S Detector, except it’s only for Facebook. Someone from /r/fakenews said it uses this much narrower yet still not quite right, list of sources. I try to avoid the fake news issue by reading as many sources as I possibly can. Liberal, Conservative, and Libertarian ones, Trump supporters, and NeverTrumpers, (just like me.) This doesn’t mean I’m completely immune, I may not be. However, it also depends on what your goal is if you were to use a browser plugin. Mine would be to simply be alerted to false claims, inaccuracies, or untruths. I don’t try to avoid clickbait or byass, I do that myself!! Keep in mind that in 1999 to about 2004-2005 or so, that’s mostly what blogging was. Well, people linking to other people. We had 2 election cycles during that time, (Bush won both of them,) and it was either because we didn’t have Facebook and Twitter with us, or because People would like to go back and do the election over again, and/or it’s understandable that we’re all a bit nervous, (even I’m a bit nervous about certain things,) and we want to blame something else, other than ourselves.


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