By creating a ”Feverish Ego” you rotate a multiplicity of coexistent facebook actions and behaviours.
Fever is often a good sign of a robust immune system. So does the “feverish ego” serve to protect your facebook account against “infection” and “trauma” in three major ways, with three different behaviours:
1. Bingeing: Stimulate the immune system of your account by carelessly producing an excessive amount of likes, shares, comments, live sessions – be it relevant or non-relevant to you – all of which to protect your account against harmful microorganisms, such as filter bubbles.
2. Focusing: Focus on one specific topic – like gardening or alt-right culture – to provide the best “core account temperature” for invading bacteria and viruses to survive and flourish their bubbles.
3. Invading: Invade one specific bubble – like gardening or alt-right culture – by proactively and excessively liking, sharing, posting, reposting and commenting information you consider to be highly relevant and/or critical related to this topic. The higher your “core account temperature” is, the harder it is for harmful microorganisms to survive in other accounts, too.
Rotate all three actions.