Christopher tm Herdt (cherdt) wrote,
Christopher tm Herdt
cherdt

Reliance on Google

"...Americans, especially young ones, come to regard the leading search site [google.com] as the source of all human knowledge" (from http://www.ecommercetimes.com/perl/story/21677.html)

Have you ever tried looking for unbiased information, only to find yourself knee-deep in propaganda? For example:
I'm sure there are countless other such topics where unbiased information is difficult to find. The question is, where do we find unbiased information? I'm not sure books and microfilm are the answer either.
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