Fun fact: because we rarely have a complete set of information about anything around us, but our brains still try to form conclusions on what’s available, much of what we think about the world contains a cognitive bias. Curious? Jason Kottke runs through the concept and provides some great links. Be prepared to doubt everything you know.
What major city holds sway over your little town? This algorithm has seen all the data and it’s just itching to share its opinion. Disagree? Don’t leave an angry comment here, take it up with the algorithm: I’m sure it will be happy to tell you what you can do with your weakly human, data-ignorant opinion.
– via Web Urbanist