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big social media sites are devoting all

2020-08-17 16:55:06.830422+00 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

The big social media sites are devoting all of this energy to machine learning to filter and sort posts, but all I really want is to never see a post with the phrase "They don't want you to".

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#Comment Re: big social media sites are devoting all made: 2020-08-17 18:51:16.445736+00 by: markd

All I want it "sort by time" and "block".

#Comment Re: big social media sites are devoting all made: 2020-08-22 03:15:38.333075+00 by: concept14

All I want is "sort by time" and for my preference to stick and not switch at random.

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