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“Our task is to get back to the real world, to the extent that it is recoverable.”
Ozy’s Instagram account is calling for supporters to pack the courtroom as “Justice Watchers.”
A new study finds that certain personality traits might make you exaggerate — or underestimate — how much political news you consume.
“The step that we need to make as a society is moving from, ‘This came from a machine, it must be correct,’ to, if I’m talking to a friend of mine who says something crazy, ‘I need to double check that, I need to cross reference it to make sure that it is accurate.'”
Ten years ago today, a new app arrived to strip the “media” out of social media, reducing messaging to two little letters. It burned bright, but not for long.
“People experience war on a personal level, and our ability to communicate extraordinary stress on an individual human level is the goal of good war reporting.”
Five years after launch, Sahan Journal has a $3 million annual budget and 23 full-time staffers.
They’re not a majority, based on a new look at education data, but they are wildly overrepresented.
“Blogging is the media. Blogging won.”
“The story is less at [the U.S. Department of Justice] than with sheriffs and prosecutors at the local level, mostly the county level.” But how do you tell that story when local news is in decline?