It’s time to change the conversation about social media

Keywords: mental health , conversation , facebook , follow me , friendship , instagram , netflix , network , online , real-life , social approval , social life , social media , the social dilemma , twitter

In my opinion, all kids and teenagers should grow up without [social media] but it’s impossible to control. At least make sure you set time for yourself without any distraction, ban your phone when you eat and when you’re spending time with someone in real life for example (even if it happens less often nowadays).

https://biggirlbigcity.blog/2020/10/12/review-the-social-dilemma

Advertising on News @ YouTube — Natural Disasters / Tragic Events

If you watch this video (post by ABC10 Sacramento / Northern California)

do you see ads / adverts? (I saw clothing from Shein) Who is making money on this advertising? Only YouTube, or does ABC10 also get a cut?

Isn’t it sort of unethical to make money by posting videos of tragedy / death / dying / catastrophic events — isn’t that sensationalism gone sadistic?!?

Advertising has been rebranded as a great thing! #upsidedown

the ruling class

The Cross Pollinator

From the Washington Post:

AdBlockers

There should be no barriers to people getting information and you shouldn’t have to suck on advertising in order to improve yourself or those people around you.

The Vampire Bezos owns the Washington Post and he should do something decent and run it in the public interest.

Do you need any more loot you bald fuck?

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