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We spend more and more of our time in walled gardens owned by private companies: still love Twitter, ever ambivalent about Facebook, on LinkedIn out of obligation to HR departments everywhere, reading on Medium. Yet, I still think we should maintain independent spaces. So I blog here (albeit not regularly enough). But. Is this important? …
Technology might change and forms of communication might shift but, at its heart, social media is based on basic human impulses of sharing. Social media platforms are a space — most often extremely public — set up to share. Sharing interests. Sharing insights. Sharing questions to get answers or more interesting questions. Sharing to make …
Yes. Absolutely. According to this tongue-in-cheek chart. No, but seriously. You absolutely should — at least — try it. Academic Twitter explained. Courtesy of @sylviaduckworth. pic.twitter.com/zTIHv5IptW — Shit Academics Say (@AcademicsSay) September 24, 2016 (Thanks, @amisamileandme for forwarding this chart to me) At the beginning of August 2016, a Guardian article written by an anonymous …
Yesterday, a Twitter employee made the account of Donald Trump disappear for 11 minutes. Twitter’s reaction showed the world how fucked up the company still remains. The incident and their response was a welcome moment of respite in a very long and strenuous nightmare. Earlier today @realdonaldtrump’s account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error … Continuer la lecture de « Kick and Ban »