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As websites get to know our interests better, they also get better at serving up the content that reinforces those interests, while also filtering out those things we generally don't like...The danger is that increasingly you end up not seeing what people who think differently see and in fact not even knowing that it exists. (NPR, 2016)
Filter bubbles cause people with common characteristics to see the same things, reinforces established perspectives and opinions to produce echo chamber effect, lead to the generation of extreme ideas such as cyber violence, political stance and so on
Finding : Most people saw results unique to them, even when logged out and in private browsing mode.
Googleâ€™s search engine personalization relies on learning usersâ€™ preferences and the context of searches. Each search query adds to the formation of refined user profiles, in turn influencing future search results. Hence, there is a feedback loop running between users and the online search technology. This implies that certain information takes primacy over other information because it is filtered out or pushed down in the result ranks. Hillis et al. (2012, p. 15) argue that â€˜a virtuous circle of cybernetic feedback loops ensues. Search algorithms â€œlearnâ€? about our preferences and desires as they endlessly concatenate information about personal quests of individual usersâ€™, which feeds a recursive system of â€˜adaptation and modulationâ€™.
Researchers asked volunteers in the U.S. to search for "gun control", "immigration", and "vaccinations" (in that order) at 9pm ET on Sunday, June 24, 2018. Volunteers performed searches first in private browsing mode and logged out of Google, and then again not in private mode (i.e., in "normal" mode).
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Researchers distinguished between the diversity of individualsâ€™ networks of contacts and their choices of information consumption. In one Facebook study, 20% of usersâ€™ friendships crossed ideology, but only 17% of self-reported conservative and 6% of self-reported liberal users actively pursued cross-ideology content (Bakshy, Messing, & Adamic, 2015). Although usersâ€™ passive newsfeeds were composed of about 33% cross-ideological content, uncertainty remains as to whether users chose to read it.
What do you usually see on social networks? Summarized by keywords? all kinds of cats Do you realize that you are looking at a few specific areas? Yes, it's my choice Why does this content appear? It's my choice. The content you choose will be categorized as soon as you enter the APP How do you react when you see something you don't like? How couldâ€Ś Do you think someone else might have a point? Maybeâ€Ś Do you feel that what you see is limited? Yes, they are very similar.
What do you usually see on social networks? Summarized by keywords? Han clothing, vintage clothing Do you realize that you are looking at a few specific areas? I don't know Why does this content appear? If you always thumb up or comment you will often see certain types of information How do you react when you see something you don't like? It just makes me angry Do you think someone else might have a point? No Do you feel that what you see is limited? Well, it's always those things
What do you usually see on social networks? Summarized by keywords? Entertainment project Do you realize that you are looking at a few specific areas? It's a little confusing. Why does this content appear? Platform recommendations How do you react when you see something you don't like? Stupid Do you think someone else might have a point? Never Do you feel that what you see is limited? I don't think soâ€Ś the information is true...
The whole piece of this design is in a black space full of different colored silk threads, symbolizing the virtual diversified network space. The cocoon represents the individual wrapped in different information, the outer silk represents an invisible isolation shield, and the inner is the information that the individual finally absorbs after being screened by the invisible isolation shield.
The 3D pen works by extruding heated plastic that cools almost instantly into a solid, stable structure, allowing for the free-hand creation of three-dimensional objects. It utilizes plastic thread made of either acrylonitrile butadiene styrene ("ABS"), polylactic acid ("PLA"), or â€œFLEXYâ€?, thermal polyurethane (â€œTPUâ€?) that is melted and then cooled through a patented process while moving through the pen, which can then be used to make 3D objects by hand.
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Sleep experts have conducted research on the psychological, physiological and sleep behaviors of a large number of patients with insomnia. Based on clinical practice experience, they concluded that non-drug methods should be first adopted in the treatment of insomnia, with good treatment effect. The most important non-drug approaches are psychotherapy, which includes supportive psychotherapy , interpersonal therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy .
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Fishing is the activity of trying to catch ﬁsh. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching ﬁsh include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping.
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1.Mark Mosby of St. Anthony caught, measured, photographed and released a new Minnesota state record ﬂathead catﬁsh. The 52 ½-inch catch now holds a spot as the record in the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources’ (MN DNR) catch-and-release length category.
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It’s hard to ﬁnd things ﬁshing going on in your neighborhood.
4.“It is with a truly heavy heart that I post this message. May 20th we lost friends Brian Schumacher and Janet Veit to a most unfortunate accident while ﬁshing in Iceland. From what I understand Janet fell out of a boat and Brian jumped in swiftly to save her from the cold waters. When recovered they could not resuscitate either of them.
Rarely discover and learn new ﬁshing tips and techniques. Insufﬁcient news makes it hard to communicate with people who share the same inter-
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emotional state Find local ﬁshing buddies is difﬁcult. It is difﬁcult to ﬁnd suitable ﬁshing equipment, for example: Hook, bait. Can not get skills to catch a certain types of ﬁsh. Lacking of skill makes ﬁshing difﬁcult.
I would like to know more about ﬁshing skills and equipment.
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emotional state Difﬁcult to ﬁnd ﬁshing buddies. Fishing alone is boring. Create my own ﬁshing list to record the types that I have caught. Personal characteristics makes difﬁcult to expand the social circle, and ﬁnd companion.
Search for outings in your area or list your outing for all members to see and join.
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Functions 1.Seeking news, 2.Event schedules, 3.Fishing skills, 4.Fishing related information， 5.About ﬁsh,
Designers should clearly distinguish between different task ﬂow. More detail will be add, and this includes the interface, and the designer should enrich the customized service to help users obtain more information about the demand.
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INTERFACE DESIGN Fishing is the activity of trying to catch ﬁsh. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching ﬁsh include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping.The term ﬁshing may be applied
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This design explores the new approach of music visualization.
When the idea of music visualization and producing a correlated installation firstly came up to my mind, I had just heard a concert. Inspired by melodious piano and violin ensemble, I reckoned that we could take actions to make people feel this euphonious music with more senses. I was familiar with the methods applied in music visualization. For example, salt particles were utilized to enlarge and intuitively express the acoustic vibration. Also, some software can generate a series of fabulous and shocking visual eďŹ€ect. However, all these above are untouchable, making a multidimensional music transformation more crucial. Therefore, I produced an installation to demonstrate music with a physical method, with which users can sense the flow of the music with their hands.
This installation was inspired by ebbs and down of the volume and tone in the music. Such elegant waves and flows evoke the scenes and imagery of nature, such as mountain, river, and ripple. After deliberation, I decided to produce some movable modules as the imagery of rolling mountains.
I came up with multiple ways to express rolling mountains, such as the moving of multi-layered mountains with specific shapes, rotating multiple circular rings with a fluctuant external rim to overlay moving mountains. I also came up with ideas like forming rolling mountains through the fluctuation of stripe-type modules, simulating the scenes of the wave with non-uniformly distributed colorful gas in the pipe, or making fluctuating stick matrix by rotating the steering engine. In consideration of better eďŹ€ect and feasibility, I chose to use the fluctuation of the cloth, which was generated by rotating steering engines in a specific angle.
During the process of development, the first problem was the programming of the fluctuation. At the very beginning, I intended to receive acoustical signals through the sensor and demonstrate the variation in the frequency domain after the Fourier transformations. However, in the test, it was found that noise and the sound of the steering engine is an inevitable disturbance on the signals received. Therefore, I changed the proposal. Instead of using the sensor, I directly connect the output of the power amplifier to the installation with cables. In this way, we can gain a clean and stable wave, and the rotation of the steering engine was satisfactory.
Then, when I was making the covering of the external mountain shape, I firstly used epoxy resin to shape the cloth. I used tie-dye to wrap the fabric first and then slowly brush the epoxy. The performance of such an approach was excellent. However, the cloth was too hard, and the steering engine could hardly drive the cloth to fluctuate. Even though multiple kinds of epoxy resin are tried, this situation was not improved. Finally, by looking up fabrics of diﬀerent textures, I found a fabric that is easy to crease meanwhile can maintain shape. I folded the fabric into the anticipated shape of mountains, then bound, soaked and dried the fabric again and finally obtained the shaped cloth which is soft and can simultaneously keep folds. Finally, after adding LED lamplight, this installation was completed.
While playing music, this device can change its shape as the melody and rhythm fluctuates and changes. Also, diﬀerent tones correspond to diﬀerent colors in the playing. In addition to intuitively sensing the waves of music in color and shape, users can also touch the mountains to more clearly feel the beating of the music rhythm. This device establishes a fabulous relationship between the user and the music from both visual and tactile aspects and can give the user a better experience when listening to music.