I hate how people (teachers and journalists especially) like to pretend to be unbiased but are obviously pushing really hard in a specific direction.
If you can't present something without bias, you probably don't understand the subject.
I'd be more okay with it if they just came out and said it. Pretending to hide your opinions while still pushing them is so sneaky.
TLDR: Fuck you.
And yes the elephant does fix everything.
There is no solution other than to not use those platforms. Save yourself some time and avoid the brain rot. Anything you see on there is something you thought of in grade school but forgot.
As a result, content on bird site and similar (Chinese?) applications specializing in bite-sized content naturally favour extremely base-level, simple, and dumb shit.
On bird site they make you keep your shit to about that length. Obviously it's better for attention but it sets an expectation that meaningful information can be conveyed that concisely. You could try to condense your thoughts to that limit to appease the platform and people's expectations but by doing so you also lose like 99% of what you meant to say in the first place. No one will spend the time to extrapolate.
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