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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eli Pariser. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eli Pariser, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Eli Pariser. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Eli Pariser, often where they are interviewed.

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Eli Pariser wants to build a better Facebook

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Nearly 10 years ago, Eli Pariser coined the term “filter bubble” — the idea that Facebook and other platforms limit our view of the world through software choices. Now he wants to create new, non-profit and localized versions of Facebook to help restore our fragmented communities. He talks to Recode’s Peter Kafka about his plans.


Featuring: Eli Pariser (@elipariser), Co-Founder of New Public by Civic Signals

Host: Peter Kafka (@pkafka), Senior Editor at Recode

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Dec 03 2020 · 41mins
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Eli Pariser: How We Can Actually Use the Internet for Good Things

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Amanda Palmer presents an intimate conversation with Eli Pariser, recorded July 24, 2019 in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Eli Pariser wants to make technology and media serve democracy, instead of the other way around. He is an author, activist, and entrepreneur who became executive director of MoveOn.org in 2004, where he helped pioneer the practice of online citizen engagement. Eli is also the co-founder of Upworthy, a website for meaningful viral content, and Avaaz, a global citizen's organization. His book, “The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You” not only introduced the term “filter bubble” to the world, but also kicked off a conversation about online discourse that has only become more pressing. He is the author of two TED Talks that focus on social media’s responsibility to the greater good. He currently co-directs, with Talia Stroud, the Civic Signals Project, which aims to support the creation of more flourishing digital public spaces. Check out his recent piece in Wired about how to create public spaces online.  

In this episode we talk about how we should attribute people’s actions to their situation instead of their character, controlling your environment to change your behavior for the good, applying urban planning theories to The Internet, inviting in the things you want in your life, why it is so hard to be an artist in America, having empathy for people you don’t agree with, the struggle to raise children with the right amount of determination and grit, and how shame is a cultural tool to create conformity.


@elipariser


https://www.elipariser.org


TED:

https://www.ted.com/speakers/eli_pariser


Civic Signals:

http://civicsignals.io/


Wired:

https://www.wired.com/story/to-mend-a-broken-internet-create-online-parks/



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Oct 27 2020 · 48mins

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Eli Pariser "The Ground Under Our Feet"

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Playing for Team Human today is Eli Pariser, author of The Filter Bubble, former director of MoveOn.org and current chief executive of Upworthy.com.

Eli uses media to make what’s important popular, rather than the other way around. Upworthy.com is a story-driven website focused on magnifying meaningful conversations that encourage positive social change. On today’s episode, Eli and Douglas mine our reality tunnels, looking at how perspective shapes meaning and what strategies we might employ to ground democracy in greater consciousness and empathy. 

On the theme of reality, Douglas opens with the viral craze over the “Yanni/Laurel” audio clip. Can we really say that everything is just a matter how you hear it?

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On today’s show you heard intro and outro music thanks to Fugazi and Dischord records. You also heard "Dead on Arrival" by Throbbing Gristle. Check out Episode 67 with Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.

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May 30 2018 · 1hr 9mins
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Upworthy’s Eli Pariser: Facebook is like gravity

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Viral content site Upworthy arrived in the media industry in 2012, popularizing the famous headline formula that came to be known as clickbait. A year in, Fast Company named it the fastest-growing media site of all time. Then, a decline in traffic occurred, as Facebook cracked down on "curiosity gap" headlines that induced clicks. But Upworthy hasn't gone away. CEO Eli Pariser joined the Digiday Podcast to discuss clickbait, riding the Facebook wave for traffic, building an ad model independent of display advertising and the Donald Trump era.

Jan 24 2018 · 39mins
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Eli Pariser - Revelle Forum

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Eli Pariser, former executive editor of MoveOn.org and author of “The Filter Bubble: What the Internet is Hiding From You” provides an eye-opening exposé of personal data-mining on the web. In this chilling account, he explains how powerful business interests control the information the public can see on line, while allowing others access to everything about consumers. Series: "Revelle Forum" [Humanities] [Show ID: 21525]
Jul 11 2011 · 57mins
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Eli Pariser - Revelle Forum

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Eli Pariser, former executive editor of MoveOn.org and author of “The Filter Bubble: What the Internet is Hiding From You” provides an eye-opening exposé of personal data-mining on the web. In this chilling account, he explains how powerful business interests control the information the public can see on line, while allowing others access to everything about consumers. Series: "Revelle Forum" [Humanities] [Show ID: 21525]
Jul 11 2011 · 57mins