(The English version follows)
你的手机了里装了多少个新闻 app？你每天花多少时间浏览新闻？新闻真的会让我们变得更有知识吗？今天的分享里，作者有着完全不同的建议 -- 停止阅读新闻。在他看来：
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How many news apps do you have on your phone and how much time do you spend browsing the news every day? Does the news really make us more knowledgeable? In today's episode, the author has a completely different advice - stop reading the news. In his opinion:
the news does not make us smarter and more knowledgeable, but rather more biased.
the quality of news keeps decreasing, but the speed of news keeps getting faster and news becomes more addictive.
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The problem is news doesn’t make us informed. In fact, the more news we consume the more misinformed we become.
News is, by definition, something that doesn’t last.
First, the speed of news delivery has increased.
Second, the cost to produce news has dropped significantly.
Third, like other purveyors of drugs, producers of news want you to consume more of it.
Fourth, the incentives are misaligned.
Like a drug, the news is addictive.
Your attention is valuable.