Have you heard of "Critical Ignoring"?

Can you tell quickly if a point of view is worth listening to, online?


"Learning to ignore information is not something taught in school. School teaches the opposite: to read a text thoroughly and closely before rendering judgment. Anything short of that is rash.

But on the web, where a witches’ brew of advertisers, lobbyists, conspiracy theorists and foreign governments conspire to hijack attention, the same strategy spells doom. Online, critical ignoring is just as important as critical thinking."

No anonymous opinions, thanks. There's no reason an opinion on this question would be personal, and if you say it, you should own it. (Not to mention most Anonymous opinions rate high on the "should this be ignored" scale.)
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Yes, but I don't think it's right
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No, it sounds sensible
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No, it's a bad idea
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