The average person spends less than 20 minutes a day reading the news. They are increasingly using digital sources to learn what's going on in the world. Many of us are familiar with scrolling through Facebook and seeing the same news publications and topics pop up over and over, with the same opinions being represented from the same friends. We wanted to end this.
Lybra is designed to break the echo chamber, the cycle of monotonous and hazardous news and perspectives that are endlessly fed through social and mainstream media.
Lybra provides a revolutionary way of reading the news. The goal is to break people out of the echo chambers that exist and persist on other social media platforms. It encourages people to read the other sides of a story so that they can gain the most comprehensive understanding of world events.