Before you launch into a round of social media smack talk (“I don’t care what so-and-so had for lunch today”), consider that the material eliciting such disdain is coming from your friends, or at least those you choose to like and follow. Alexis Madrigal, senior editor at The Atlantic, explores the “garbage in, garbage out” aspect to what we find in our news feeds.
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What Your Rants About Social Media Reveal About Your Friends (The Atlantic)
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