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Ferguson on Facebook and Twitter

This article from the Washington Post is one of several I’ve seen in the last few days, highlighting the differences between the coverage of the situation in Ferguson, MO on Facebook and Twitter. They are all essentially arguing the same thing. On Twitter, you see lots of stuff about Ferguson. On Facebook, you see lots of stuff about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.


Although this article notes that some component of the difference is that Twitter is a platform that encourages people to update frequently, most of the article is dedicated to implying the cause is Facebook’s news algorithm.

I don’t claim to understand Facebook’s algorithm. They aren’t transparent about how it works and for work, I can find it infuriating.

Personally, I’m not having this experience. My Facebook feed is as dominated by Ferguson related material as my Twitter feed. As far as I can tell, there’s a simple reason. Most of my friends are culturally aware. A lot of them are activists. Many of them are POC and other minorities.

I’m privileged to call these people my friends. And not just Facebook friends. Real friends who are reporters and activists and volunteers and generally aware that shit in the world is fucked up and bullshit.

If no one on your Facebook feed is posting about Ferguson or the wars in Syria or the situation in Gaza, before you bitch about Facebook’s algorithm, think about the people you choose to surround yourself with.


London – Part 2

I liked London so much I came back for me. This time prompted by a conference that the fabulous Dana was attending. The first night, I crashed her swanky conference dinner and stayed in her fancy conference hotel. For the rest of the weekend, we shared a room in an Airbnb.

There was some repeats from the first trip, including The British Museum, the London Bridge, etc. We took in a Matisse exhibition at the Tate Modern and did the London Eye. I highly recommend it, the view from the top is amazing.

Of course, there was the breakfast full English breakfast and Indian. Oh and somehow I talked her into walking the Bermondsey Beer Mile.


When our Airbnb host told us in the morning he was “popping out” and asked us if we “fancied” anything, I proceeded to giggle uncontrollably.

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