Rewilding your attention
“But our truly quirky dimensions are never really grasped by these recommendation algorithms. They have all the dullness of a Demographics 101 curriculum; they sketch our personalities with the crudity of crime-scene chalk-outlines. They’re not wrong about us; but they’re woefully incomplete.”
A piece arguing for curating your own feed using RSS and for seeking out the different and unusual on the internet. I'm grateful not only for the feeds I subscribe to, but also to the newsletters which almost always link me to something unexpected, like this piece.