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Articles tagged media diet (4)

A new study finds that reading, watching, and breathing news all day can actually leave you less informed about politics and government than being more selective — with the right sources.
Meat pizza
Clay Johnson likens our fatty media diets to our love of cheap junk food. But he thinks there’s a market opening for higher-quality content.
Measuring media consumption, a visual brainstorm
Frictionless sharing sounds good — but sometimes you’ll go out of your way to put a little friction (or a little white lie) back in. Andrew Phelps
March 11, 2011