Nobel laureate Paul Krugman after the November 2016 election: “If the question is when markets will recover, a first-pass answer is never.” Today, all three major stock indices reached record levels.
Politician didn’t know that advertising is propaganda. Funny!
Snopes continues its war on satire.
BBC – multiple errors in a single sentence: “One of the drivers for extreme inflation is soaring demand – in Venezuela there are far more people trying to buy goods from shops than there are goods out on the shelves.”
Software that pretends to be as intelligent as humans (or as unintelligent as humans) some times make funny errors…
I tried looking at Twitter again tonight and yuck, it all just looks like propaganda and outrage.
These are good – funny too 🙂 Check out many more at the link! Source: Social Media Propaganda Posters
As this humorous news item notes, Facebook spends an inordinate amount of time apologizing for its repeated screw ups regarding storing massive amounts of personal data on everyone and constantly leaking it to partners. Source: Facebook apologizes. It does other stuff too, but mostly it apologizes
SILICON VALLEY – Taking a break from helping the Russian government tamper with American elections, Facebook has pivoted into the dating sphere, utilizing their infamous data collection to facilitate romance. The new date-matching service promises to outperform popular apps such as Tinder by carefully analyzing the idealized self-portrait that users present and matching them with […] Source: Facebook dating algorithm to find the perfect match for your carefully curated online persona – The Beaverton Satire, if you need to be…