Deborah L. Plummer, Some of My Friends are…, 2019, pgs. 167-169

Eric Klinenberg’s Palaces for the People, an NPR Best Book of 2018 and a New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice, 2018, p. 174

“Recovering the (Lost) Art of Civility.” (The New York Times, 10/29/2018)

"Some bright spots in 2017." (The Christian Century, 12/11/2017)

"You Won’t Change Your Cranky Conservative Uncle in One Dinner Conversation." (Mother Jones, November/December 2017).

"Popping the Filter Bubble with Machine Learning." (IBM iX, 10/12/17)

"We’ve gotten better at diversity. Now the challenge is inclusion." (Washington Post, 5/19/17)

"Raus aus der Filter-Bubble" (Der Standard 4/15/17)

Tech Creates Our Political Echo Chambers. It Might Also Be A Solution (NPR Morning Edition 4/12/17)


"Eine Partnerbörse für Meinungs-verschiedenheiten" (Jetzt 4/9/17)

"Effort to start conversations across political divide uses Starbucks coffee as a lure" (USA Today 4/6/17)

"Boston Tech Experiments Are Trying To Burst Our Social Media Filter Bubbles" (WBUR / NPR 4/3/17)

"You Can Now Score Free Starbucks Coffee Just By Talking About Politics" (Brit+Co 4/3/17)

"Starbucks is Setting Up First Dates Between Republicans and Democrats" (Playboy 4/3/17)

"Want free Starbucks coffee? Gift cards offered to those willing to talk politics" ( 4/2/17)

"Common ‘grounds’: Starbucks is giving away coffee — with a catch" (Today Show 4/1/17)

"Coffee & Politics" (Fox Business 3/31/17)

"Gutfeld: Can coffee bridge the political divide?" (Fox News: The Five 3/30/17)

"Free Starbucks: Get a Free Cup If You Talk to a Liberal" (Fox & Friends 3/30/17)

"Effort to start conversations across political divide uses Starbucks coffee as a lure" (Seattle Times 3/30/17)

"Chance for free coffee from Starbucks if you can connect with your political opposite" (Fox 5 DC 3/30/17)

"Starbucks encourages bipartisan coffee-drinking" (The Hill 3/30/17)

"Start-up offers free coffee for connecting with someone with a different political view" (WWMT 3/30/17)

"You Can Get a Free Starbucks Gift Card if You Talk to Someone With Opposing Political Views" (Food & Wine 3/29/17)

"Starbucks has another new initiative -- are consumers over it?" (Fox News: Food & Drink 3/29/17)

"A Startup Wants You to Meet Your Political Nemesis at Starbucks" (Eater 3/29/17)

Want free coffee? Starbucks will give it to you if you’re nice (San Diego Union-Tribune 3/29/17)

"You Can Get A Free Cup Of Starbucks Just For Talking To A Liberal" (Daily Caller 3/29/17)

"You Can Get a Free Coffee if You’re Willing to be Nice to People" (Mediaite 3/29/17)

"Starbucks Offers Free Coffee to Get People with Opposing Political Views to Chat" (Townhall 3/29/17)

"Starbucks Will Now Teach Americans How to Have Civil Discourse" (Grub Street / NY Mag 3/29/17)

"A Harvard startup is teaming up with Starbucks to promote civil discourse" ( 3/28/17)

"Starbucks and this HBS Startup Teamed Up to Give 'The Other Side' a Chance" (Bostinno 3/23/17)

"The Pope, A Judge, And A Bunch of Counter-counter-revolutionaries Walk Into A Bar..." (Huffington Post 3/2/17)

"A complete guide to seeing the news beyond your cozy filter bubble" (Quartz 2/23/17)

"Editorial: A citizens guide to survival in Trump’s America" (Boston Globe 1/29/17)

"Gently Break Out of Your Bubble With This App That Acclimates You to Different Views" (Fast Company 1/23/17)

"New App Brings Trump & Clinton Supporters Together" (Fox News: The Kelly File 1/5/17)

"Hi From The Other Side" (Product Hunt 1/4/17)

"'Hi From the Other Side' app brings together Trump and Clinton voters who want to talk" (Mashable 1/4/17)

"Bringing Conservatives And Liberals Together To Talk It Out After The Election" (Fast Company 11/23/16)

"Coders Think They Can Burst Your Filter Bubble With Tech" (WIRED 11/19/16)

"Stop Unfollowing Trump Supporters" (Slate 11/17/16)

"'Hi From The Other Side': Raus aus der Filterbubble "( 11/16/16)

"This election has divided the country. Getting Clinton and Trump voters talking is one way to heal." (Washington Post 11/14/16)