Expereal: eliminate cognitive biases

Life-Tracking App Expereal Is Your Personal Weapon Against Cognitive Biases
Catherine Shu, techcrunch.com

Emo­tions play tricks on our mem­o­ries, mak­ing our rec­ol­lec­tions of events much hap­pi­er or heart-wrenching than they actu­al­ly were. Smart­phone app Expe­re­al seeks to cut through those cog­ni­tive traps by allow­ing you to rate your day …

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Ratings and reviews: the end of serendipity (and bad hotel rooms)

English: Graph of internet users per 100 inhab...
English: Graph of internet users per 100 inhabitants between 1997 and 2007 by International Telecommunication Union (ITU) recreated in OpenOffice Calc, source: http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/ict/graphs/internet.jpg) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

An interesting article which points out some social downsides to the Internet including the fact that almost everything now comes with a sea of reviews and ratings making the act of discovering something entirely oneself a little more difficult.

Rate This Article: What’s Wrong with the Culture of Critique | Wired Magazine | Wired.com.