After-Corona Thoughts: Zen Thinking to Get Out of the Filter Bubble
Black, I tried to dye it.
Tomoko Sato, a stylist, gave me a mask (HOSO ATPO.) that is muuuch more breathable. With a black mask on, I couldn’t wear a white T-shirt, so I ended up in a robber style on the WWW.
Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of Netflix “recommendations,” probably because I spend a lot of time at home. My recommendations of “Into the night” and “Snowpiercer,” etc. are completely lost on them. They don’t get it.
And most of them end up at “The Emergency Landing of Love,” WW, where everyone says they prefer the “recommended” one. If that’s all, it’s still understandable, but if they watch something other than the “recommended” ones, they can’t join in the conversation with others, so they avoid it. In other words, not only the interest of the work, but also public opinion is an important criterion for viewing the work.
It’s comforting to be in a filter bubble (I only want to know what I like).
Well, I think you are overthinking this, but I wonder if this kind of recent sensitivity is manifested in voting behavior.
Including myself, I am truly influenced by others on a daily basis. Maybe that’s why I need Zen-like thinking to organize my thoughts.
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