1. According to Zuissler from Oakland Tribune, location is the biggest way search pages are shaken up. He advised on monitoring on the page involved in location signaling whenever appropriate.
2. The website, www.duckduckgo.com was recommended several times online as an alternative search engine for lesser filtered results . I searched subjects like Philippines and one political issue on both duckduckgo and google and found that while it did give me some similar results , duckduckgo seemed to give me more unbiased, informative results that offered various points of view.
3. Encourage teachers and students to search through different sites and start reading opposite sources . This way, streams and search results will be broadened.
4. Try switching up some things around. Changing one’s homepage every month – explore new sites and exposing oneself to new stuff every now and then might help.
5. Explore the weak ties in one’s social network and see how it might be beneficial to get to know them a little better.
In my opinion, the first way we can ensure a break through our personal bubbles is by stepping out of our comfort zone. While we engage ourselves in what we believe is relevant , we should open ourselves to all ideas and sources that might be challenging and different from our point of view.
Thank you John for sharing this video.
Have a good day everyone!