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“‘Quality’ of Information”

There is a plethora of information sources out there for people to consume – social media (twitter, facebook, instagram, tumblr, etc.), traditional news media (FOX News, MSNBC, CNN, BBC, NPR, Mother Jones, Monocle, etc.), podcasts (too many to name), literature (novels, poetry, essays, journalism, etc.), general television, cinema, music, I could keep going and going. One doesn’t have to wonder why people may be frustrated by what they should or maybe should not listen to or read about. So the questions, I feel, become what is the quality of information you consume, how do we balance points of view, and how do we siphon out the “good” from the “bad” because eventually we act upon the information we consume, right?

Personally, I consume a lot of information from all sources and forms. I do read more magazines than novel-type books; listen to political-news, society/culture, and health/fitness podcasts more than read newspapers; watch more political/society-culture television than sitcoms; not sure why in any of these instances, I just do. I’ll be writing about my outcomes from the various “quality” information sources I consume. Take a gander at this space when you can. Peace.

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