You Will Wish You Watched This Before You Started Using Social Media | The Twisted Truth

You Will Wish You Watched This Before You Started Using Social Media | The Twisted Truth

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This might be one of the most important videos I’ve edited in 2018. After everything that has been going on with the privacy crisis and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg going to Washington to speak with members of Congress, I felt that this video was timely. I think social media can be good but we must be careful with how we use it.

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Speakers in the video

Cal Newport
Mark Zuckerberg
Tristan Harris
Steven Kotler
Chamath Palihapitiya
Steve Bartlet

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Music composed and arranged by my brother, the Absolute Motivation composer:

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I made this video with the intention to help others in a motivational/inspirational form. The clips and music I have used I do not own in most cases. My understanding is that it is in correlation to Fair Right Use, however, given that it is open to interpretation if any owners of the content clips would like me to remove the video I have no problem and will do as fast as possible. please Email – [email protected] – if you have any concerns at.

These videos are transformative in a positive sense, I take clips from various sources to help create an atmospheric feeling that will help people in different situations in their life. Be it overcoming hard challenges, giving them more fuel in various sporting scenes or act as hope for those who need to hear encouraging words.
I also do not wish to use the heart of any piece of the work that would perhaps decrease the market value of the original content, if anything I hope to promote the content so that people can reach out and subsequently increase the market value. These videos are to educate people in an entertaining fashion. Given these are very short videos the short parts I use them to act as a catalyst to further reading.

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  1. Hey everyone, I'm glad you enjoyed the video and found some insight in some of the destructive behaviours that can be developed with excessive social media use. This was interesting for myself and my team to understand and learn more about.

    I will say a couple of things. I really don't condone the hurtful things being said about Mark Zuckerberg's appearance, I know the thumbnail overdramatises the video. Many people are saying quite a lot of unsettling things and I get it you are like "he is rich, who cares", but that's not the point, bullying is bullying and saying hurtful things is bad. I hope you can see where I'm coming from. Doesn't matter if they are a billionaire or some outcast from some part of the world. This is not what we are about.

    It's important to be critical of big companies and it's important to be fair and objective in your analysis.

    I don't think Mark is a bad person or Facebook in general are bad or even social media but as Chamath says in the video, "if you feed the beast the beast will eat you." This is the most important point of the video.

    I encourage you all to take a more nuanced approach to the video and not to view it has a pure condemnation, how we grow as a society and as people is to understand and use empathy.

    For me the video serves as a cautionary tale as to what can happen when you go on autopilot mode and what can happen is that your time and attention is controlled by others. This isn't just about social media it is about anything in life.

    Anyways, be kind. Be fair and objective. Speak your mind but respectfully, if you hate social media say it, if you love it say it. Share why you think so or don't.

    The most important thing is that we engage in a dialogue together.

    With love,

  2. blame tech companies for adult consumers lack of accountability and inability to discipline themseleves or their children enough to not abuse their usage?Mind you it's for the masses who are in essence slaves. Alturistic idealism will never save a sick society who's morals are in the media that keeps them dumb and enslaved

  3. There is more to life then just staring at your phone scrolling through ig pics and Snapchat stories, I remember getting my phone taken away at a young age and really came to realize this, 10 years later I just watch others who use social media on a daily basis and it just hurts me to see what others go through

  4. YouTube is social media if you don’t use it you shouldn’t be on YouTube it’s a social media After this I’m deleting YouTube and everything else only thing I’ll watch is tv when I’m going to bed bc it’s the only way I sleep

  5. I can attest to this I had an online portfolio of artworks I did and every time I posted or even just had a story I put a lot of time into making it as presentable as possible like reposts and then just check every second for the following 2 hours

  6. There’s more to it. Why don’t I have Facebook friends from Zimbabwe, Japan, Australia. Why does Facebook flood my feed but only of the small bubble it’s created for me?

  7. There should be a video about what happens to people that use social media to commit Crimes.
    And then there should be a time machine so I can go back and watch it.
    (Not that it would have mattered. I’m mentally ill so I still would have been a predator Bc predators are born damaged.)