Category Archives: search engines

Eli Pariser: Beware online “filter bubbles.” Are personalized searches narrowing our worldview?


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To Wiki or Not To Wiki?

  Can Wikipedia be trusted? This is not a new question. It should be asked of every encyclopedia. Encyclopedias are touch stones, introductory references, telescopes peaking into much larger worlds. Sometimes the lenses of our printed guides are blurred. Ink alone does … Continue reading

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Your Feelings are Being Recorded

  If you’ve typed the words “I feel” or “I am feeling” on a blog in the past three years, chances are your feelings have been tracked. Not by a government but by, the work of computer scientist Jonathan … Continue reading

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Google More

  You’ve seen Google Maps, Google Images, and Google Video, yet Google has so much more to offer. Here are four examples.   Ever wondered who categorizes the images on Google Images? Try Google Image Labeler and find out.   Tired of … Continue reading

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