Eli Pariser's important book teaches us when and how the Internet began to enclose each of us in a personal, filtered bubble of information. We are profiled by our data signals and clickstreams so that websites can quickly morph to suit our moods, and ads for products we might like can follow us from page to page. Personalization would make life easier if its invisibility didn't rob us of our cyber-independence. This map introduces some of Pariser's research findings and offers links to his book, his talks, and a few suggestions for consciously structuring our own Internet experiences.
This NM5 map is posted here as an image, but linked at the NM4 title box to the website page where a fully hyperlinked PDF version is available.
Our bodies are approximately 2/3 water. This water forms a resonant matrix for physiologic functions. It is affected in some interesting ways by both natural and artificial electromagnetic fields. This map introduces concepts proposed by researchers studying the topic, and provides links to studies, analyses, and presentations.
This NM5 map is posted here as an image only, but linked in the NM4 title box to a fully hyperlinked PDF.