In an effort to find sources that we trust we can go down our very own rabbit hole of mis/information. How do we really know for sure that what we are reading has any foundation in truth or is merely an opportunity to further pump the confirmation bias that lays dormant but is forever hunting for a pat on the back.
Reflection is an analytical tool that contributes to growth, understanding and potentially, if you can take it far enough, future strategy. Faster Networks write fortnightly articles about anything newsworthy and of interest under the general umbrella of cybersecurity. We get wrapped up sometimes in cyber celebrities, think Elon Musk and Sam Bankman-Fried of late but … Read more
Twitter has been an explosive democracy for a while. What separates Twitter from other social media platforms is that independent creators have had a place to spruik their opinion and their work outward, far beyond their base: quickly and sometimes in real time, followed by review and debate. Journalists, politicians, authors, artists, musicians and everyday humans have had a place to share something no matter what side of politics, as long as the content was created within some fairly loose rules. Those rules were broken often and there were consequences, like when the then president, Donald Trump lost his Twitter account because he was found to incite violence on January 6th before the insurrection.