I always wondered why some people were so deep into their views, and felt that need to be outspoken.
“Chemtrails are a thing!”
“Don’t eat Chinese food, you’ll get COVID!”
..and then I watched The Social Dilemma.
After avoiding social media for the majority of my adult life, I felt comfort in validating my choice after watching this documentary. I suggest if you have a spare hour, then definitely watch it. It’ll be interesting. After working in Finance and also the Finance side of Technology companies, I knew very well the efforts that were taken to lets say “optimise” engagement of customers/users, so a lot of this came as no surprise.
However, before all that, my choice did not really come from a deeply researched standpoint, I just never saw the value in spending hours on Social Media daily. I also looked at the people around me who were inspirational or highly successful and none of them were social media addicts.
Every fad has a following, and its usually the lower tiers of society that flock to it like a herd of sheep. That’s not to say social media isn’t powerful and useful in some instances, of course it is. But being an addict who can’t function without knowing what your friends are doing at 5pm on Sunday, that doesn’t sound too appealing.
Stay off the gram my friend
I wonder if people will continue using social media the same way after viewing this documentary.
It seems to me that the left love to deceive full stop it also appears to me that people are so interested in their own surroundings but they forget that they’re only a small piece in the larger puzzle that makes up thr population. No wonder when Trump won in 2016 it was a surprise for so many
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