I Quit Liking Things On Facebook for Two Weeks. Here’s How It Changed My View of Humanity
Elan Morgan (Schmutzie)

I make sure to like among friends’ pages and news outlets, and overall, the 3rd party wheel-spinning does not occur. At least not in such converse relationships as that, on my page. And I love a ton of affectionate animal regailing and even more child rearing insights and moments. I recognize the serious sides of many of the topics I care about, however, and I appreciate that an algorithm would not assume I have a one-dimensional or fair-weather interest in all the world. I have often opted to receive less from an outlet, after a streak of content-love, to restore more balance to my feed and open it back up some more.

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