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Released a year ago, the documentary “The Social Dilemma” is unlike any anti-device conference your mother has ever harassed you with. The docudrama offers Silicon Valley ethicists, tech experts and so-called “computer philosophers” a platform to shed light on the dangers of social media and the very technologies they created.Read More →

In a chapter of his WWII-era book titled “Dialectic of Enlightenment” (1947), German Jewish philosopher Theodor Adorno hypothesized that capitalist media producers prioritize commercialization over artistic merit, forcing all genres of mainstream entertainment to adhere to rigid guidelines. According to Adorno, the mass media encourage conformity to the point whereRead More →

The phenomenon of social media has become a central point of analysis when assessing events across a span of geographies, including the Arab Spring, the events in Gezi Park, and the US presidential elections. Social media is a tool that can impact societies and has the potential to replace otherRead More →

You want to teach your teen about financial responsibility, and you’re not willing to just buy that special first car with no commitment. By buying their own car, your child can establish a good repayment history and be well on their way to a superior. credit score. However, if lendersRead More →

Bad credit is an expensive burden that can cost credit union members far more than a low FICO® score. Bad credit doesn’t just affect member loans; it actually extends to many other areas. Having bad credit can make it nearly impossible to get a new car, apartment, personal loan, orRead More →

RD.COM Money Expenses Looking for a new credit card? Here are the card offers to avoid and those to consider instead. alexialex/Shutterstock What to look for in a credit card The best credit cards offer lucrative rewards programs, concierge services, and other extra perks, but these incentives are far fromRead More →