Technology companies have developed algorithms that show us content we are more likely to engage with. Media companies become incentivized to create content that reinforces their beliefs. The result is that the typical Internet user’s online experience is highly limiting, contributing to polarization.
Do you want to develop your understanding about what’s happening in the world without being trapped by one-sided perspectives that are heavily biased?
With the filter bubble buster’s reader, you can see the news that’s trending, with polarized perspectives filtered out.
You can also read personalized results based on the topics you’re interested in, but not personalized based on your political perspective.
It’s like Google News or Flipboard, but it only shows you stories that promote unity.
Are you a journalist or researcher wanting to do background research without unwittingly having your story shaped by someone else’s biased perspective?
The filter bubble buster is a more reliable search engine to research stories. It shows you the perspectives that shape the news not just in the present, but also historically.
Whereas Wikipedia is a repository of knowledge about topics, the filter bubble buster shows the perspectives that shape what’s happening in the world.
Are you looking for ideas or inspiration for a content strategy as a blogger or journalist?
You can use the filter bubble buster to quickly identify the stories that are going viral, meaning you can write about topics that people are actually interested in.
The stories we surface will show what’s popular but also what’s unique, giving you a unique advantage in crafting your own stories that bring your community together.