It is highly conceivable that most of us, if not all of us, have a bias regarding some subject or another. Merriam-Webster defines bias as either "a tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are better than others that usually results in treating some people unfairly" or "a strong interest in something or ability to do something." It is a good practice, when browsing the web for information, that one learns to discern between biased and unbiased websites and articles and be willing to check out both sides of an argument before coming to your own conclusion.
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As consumers using the internet to purchase products or find information, it is important 'shop around' to find the best on the web. I've put together a list of a few essential websites for consumers. Remember, too, that when you are shopping online and the site offers customer reviews, especially if there are more than just a couple of reviews, it is very helpful to look through them before making your purchase. Keep in mind, however, that some sites may actually write their own customer reviews. Be safe while gazing around the web!