Intelligent Design News

New at MercatorNet

Spread the love

O’Leary for News’s night job

The Sony hack: How the Internet changes the balance of power, Part I  White House: North Korea attack was not war but “cybervandalism.”

The Sony hack: How the Internet changes the balance of power, Part II  Hollywood, despite bravado, buckled

You’re not alone in having fake new media friends. Science researchers do too. In some cases, it is not accidental.

The Internet: More informed is NOT necessarily better informed More information is not necessarily an asset if there is no practical way to assess its worth.

Social media: Those friends and followers who think you are cool might not exist If you don’t communicate with your teen, maybe someone’s bot will.

Is our every thought ready for prime time? No, but social media make us think so.

Follow UD News at Twitter!

One Reply to “New at MercatorNet

  1. 1
    awstar says:

    The Internet: More informed is NOT necessarily better informed More information is not necessarily an asset if there is no practical way to assess its worth.

    Leave it to the one who deceives to introduce as much noise as he can get away with to make finding the truth more difficult. In Dembski’s terminology, the deceiver games the internet to increase the cost of search, rather than allowing it to be freely used to decrease it. Nothing is new under the sun.

Leave a Reply