We all, painfully, know that it's impossible to trust the mainstream media. Many people have turned to social news sites like Digg for their daily dose of goings-ons in the world.
However, these sites are controlled by the will of the masses, and the masses are comprised of people like...people like...you and me.
Is "the public" a good measure of what's important in the world of news? Today on The Loop, our experts Annalee Newitz from Wired and David Ewalt from Forbes.com, discuss social news sites and whether or not they can truly be trusted.