J.C. Kendall does it again with his “say it like it is” dialogues on Google+. Using the controversial doping incident that took place in his late career, he proves a point.
Trending content via social can be vicious, annoying, negative or have nothing to do with your needs or interests. So if we cannot stand the content we’re reading, why give it clicks, eyeballs and engagement?
As I suggest in my comment:
…if you find what’s trending stupid, change the channel, err…change the feed in this case!