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Emer’s Week

17th February, 2019
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Netflix’s algorithm creates dinky little subcategories it thinks you’ll enjoy based on past viewings. I am constantly nudged to watch “Comedies with a Strong Female Lead” for instance. Or “Christmas Romances” – it’s February, Netflix. Stop punishing me for watching A Christmas Prince seven times. Anyway, I watched half an episode of Marie Kondo’s Tidying Up and am now being served a “Sparking Joy” category. Titles include “Kitten Rescuers”, “Cabins in the Wild” and “Mad...

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