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Finding Your Big Idea — Welcome to TheFamily Yesterday I was reading David Ogilvy’s biography by Kenneth Roman, a former chairman and CEO of Ogilvy & Mather. A sentence struck a chord (p. 85): Unless your advertising is based on a BIG IDEA it will pass like a ship in the night. And again (p. 107): Exploring the 'Net and Star Trek with Pearltrees Over the past few days, you may have noticed that we've embedded a new tool known as Pearltrees in certain articles on TG Daily. For example, we added a "pearltree" in a post about WikiLeaks and accident-prone Japanese nuclear facilities, and another in an article describing the enigmatic Anonymous and their nemesis Backtrace Security. As you can see, Pearltrees embeds a significant amount of supplemental information related to a post in a way that is easy to navigate, while giving you a chance to preview content before you even click a link.
How to Burst the "Filter Bubble" that Protects Us from Opposing Views The term “filter bubble” entered the public domain back in 2011when the internet activist Eli Pariser coined it to refer to the way recommendation engines shield people from certain aspects of the real world. Pariser used the example of two people who googled the term “BP”. One received links to investment news about BP while the other received links to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, presumably as a result of some recommendation algorithm. This is an insidious problem. Much social research shows that people prefer to receive information that they agree with instead of information that challenges their beliefs. This problem is compounded when social networks recommend content based on what users already like and on what people similar to them also like.
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