The truth: The Internet is a great big rumor mill

http://masesgardenkbutik.cf dejting utan medlemskap I tend to check Google Trends in the morning. It's one of the things I do in terms of a morning coffee ritual when I get to work. For those not familiar, it's a list of the things people are searching for on Google; typically it's updated every hour or so, but sometimes it goes on for a few hours before it updates. Whatever.

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http://kortsptel.ga incontri per adulti udine Tuesday morning, there were two. The top search was justin bieber dead; the second hottest search was casey johnson dead.

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date charniere definition Bieber, it turns out, is a 15-year-old kid who is some sort of pop sensation or something. He appears to be living and breathing and making teenage girls cry with his sensitivity instead of in mourning. This, apparently was not the first time the Internet killed Justin Beiber (via WikiAnswers:

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http://tomtkeland.ga dejtingsajt kriminella ligor Casey Johnson is the great-great-granddaughter of one of the founders of the Johnson & Johnson Company (if you've ever read a label on anything in a bathroom, you've heard of them). She's also the daughter of Robert Wood "Woody" Johnson, the owner of the New York Jets.

http://drelistockholm.cf incontri persone sposate Casey Johnson is, in fact, dead. She died this week at the age of 30, and at this writing, we're not sure why.

site de rencontre badoo de tahiti So, what did we learn from this? That Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes was correct: Newspapers (and other traditional news outlets) are going to turn into truth filters.

dejta hästtjejer While we'll get most of our news from places like Twitter or Facebook (not necessarily those places, but places like them), where we select who we get the news from so the news will be relevant to us, we'll still need places like The New York Times to tell us whether the news we got is actually true.

http://mikmroponent.cf singlebörse gratis chat The lesson: If you're not sure, check with someone you trust. Don't freak out over something you heard from someone who heard from somewhere that something may or may not have happened, which means http://konrazdw.ga användarnamn dejtingsida it absolutely did.

helt gratis dejting på nätet Just like in many aspects of your life, you need to actually use your brain to use the Internet effectively.

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