If you've ever played the game Telephone, in which a person whispers a message to another and then it passes on down the line successively until the last player announces the message out loud to the entire group, you know it makes for a great metaphor for cumulative error, the inaccuracy of information and fallible human recollection. On a much larger scale, and in our media-saturated society, it also reminds one of the incestuous amplification of talking head opinions and the echo chamber effects of how many people today receive and process information. These are some of the issues David... More >>>