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“Echo chamber?” Not on my FB feed…

I wish my problem was too much “information and opinions that reflect and reinforce my own”

“Echo and Narcissus” by John William Waterhouse, 1903

Social media “echo chambers” get a lot of attention, but I can tell you, that’s sure not what I’m being subjected to on FB. Wikipedia defines an echo chamber as “an environment where a person only encounters

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Writer, photographer, tree-hugger, animal-lover, dissident.

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