Can we trust our own judgements? Or are we all victims of clever marketing techniques?
Election hackers and commercial influencers have wildly different aims, but both contribute to the unreal, distrustful tenor of our times, in which a language of fakery, deception, and inauthenticity has become fundamental to how we interpret the world. The fear of being influenced affects our sense of reality and our ability to trust our own judgments about what is true.
Wanna know more? Follow the source!
The text above was taken and slightly edited from the following sources.
Fad is a wave in the ocean, while a trend is the tide
A fad gets a lot of hype, and a trend gets very little. Like a wave, a fad is very visible, but it goes up and down in a big hurry. Like the tide, a trend is almost invisible, but it’s very powerful over the long term. A fad is a short-term phenomenon that might be profitable, but a fad doesn’t last long enough to do a company much good.