The Social Dilemma on Netflix

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Re: The Social Dilemma on Netflix

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Low hanging fruit, so to speak, on the hypocrisy train
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I don't understand what that has to do with the conversation.
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He's just doing what he always does and acting like this is facebook.

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Re: The Social Dilemma on Netflix

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Alfred_E._Neuman wrote: Sun Sep 27, 2020 11:02 pm One of the subject matter experts for the documentary, Tristan Harris, was on Sam Harris' podcast this week. It's on my cue of things to listen to some time this coming week. I can't watch the doc since we don't have Netflix, but I'm sure someone will boot leg it soon enough.
The word you want is queue, not cue.

I listened to a previous SH ep with Tristan and I was not impressed to say the least. This motherfucker worked at google, ffs. He was one of the people creating these problems, as well as deepening the surveillance state. Now he wants to brand himself as an ethicist. It's a bit like if Pol Pot had set up shop as a human rights advocate.

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