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"It's important to realize that no matter what crazy thought that enters your head, there's now a minor media outlet out there willing to tell you that you are right...And we get trapped in the sort of reality dysmorphia, this idea that we can just view what it is that we want to see in the world without that actually being attached to reality," Clay Johnson on a healthier "information diet"

Do you ever think about the consequences of how you consume information? Is it a conscious consumption?
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The book was a decent read, a lot of common sense stuff but good for people without.