Thanks to Elyse Eidman-Aadahl from the amazing National Writing Project, I learned about a fascinating interactive set-up by the Wall Street Journal to compare liberal and conservative news feeds from Facebook.

Blue Feed, Red Feed lets you choose from a number of topics, including the different Presidential candidates, abortion, ISIS, etc. It then shows a side-by-side comparison of what your news feed on Facebook would look like based on how you have interacted with the site.

You can read more about it at The Wall Street Journal’s new tool gives a side-by-side look at the Facebook political news filter bubble.

It would be useful to use when studying Perception in IB Theory of Knowledge classes.

I’m also adding it to:

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