Misinformation is me telling you to go down the WRONG alley by mistake.
Disinformation is me telling you to go down the WRONG alley on purpose.
… So the difference between the two comes down to intent.
To further confuse the issue, is the fact that a piece of disinformation can ultimately become misinformation. It all depends on who’s sharing it and why.
One MUST LISTEN for me twice a week is Pivot.
That’s Tech guru Kara Swisher and my business guru Scott Galloway.
Galloway is hilariously cynical and critical. 😀 And smart.
Preview or subscribe on iTunes.
… a sharp, unfiltered look at the technology industry, with provocations, predictions and insights from two leading voices in the worlds of journalism and marketing.
Scott Galloway just launched his own podcast called the Prof G Show.
Unfortunately the first episode coincided with the pending economic collapse of the world. Galloway opted to bring in as his first guest one of the most respected Finance experts in the world Aswath Damodaran.
I came away feeling much more optimistic about the other side of this crisis.
IF corporations (and we individuals) have enough liquidity to last out the shut down, the economy could boom again.
Thousands were paid about $700 / month to create distrust and chaos in society.
For 2020 Bernie v Trump would be about as chaotic as you can get.
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
When the internet — and then social media — got popular I was convinced it would make the world better.
The poor and powerless would have a voice. A blog. A podcast.
Seems I was wrong.
Social media was supposed to be the ultimate free speech platform, a place where the world would come together to swap information and share opinions. It would be the battleground of ideas. …
Twitter has become a playground for bots and trolls. Facebook is filled with misinformation, a place where foreign governments can set up groups to spread fake news. …
At the same time, users have retreated into their own bubbles. …
Brave is open-source. Based on the same platform as Google Chrome. HTTPS Everywhere. A much better experience than Chrome.
In fact, many are switching away from Chrome as Google bungled 5-years ago in a decision to make Chrome work on the Android platform. Far ahead at the time, Chrome has fallen behind other browsers.
I was surprised how easy it was to switch.
I recommend you turn off the default Brave Rewards program and notifications. Those are annoying.
My search engine is DuckDuckGo as it was on Chrome.
Brave … is safe, fast, secure and crypto friendly – which Chrome isn’t so much.
According to developers, Brave is trying to fix the internet.They introduceed a system that block ads and ad trackers by default, eliminating the need of ad block extensions. …
The Brave browser is fast. The browser’s impressive speeds are due to lack of default lack of third party ads. …
Click PLAY or watch it on YouTube.
Four American companies have totally changed our lives.
I use all four non-stop. Fantastic innovation.
Needless to say, there are downsides. Google no longer uses the mantra “don’t be evil”. They dropped it in 2018.
Scott Galloway has replaced Leo Laporte as my main tech guru. I just finished his book …
The Four: The Hidden DNA of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google (2017)
It’s great, but you can get a good summary by reading Galloway’s article in Esquire:
Silicon Valley’s Tax-Avoiding, Job-Killing, Soul-Sucking Machine (2018)
Here’s a newspaper site with 3 annoying pop-ups when I first visited their page.
It will be out of business soon.