Somehow this tweet from food porn content mill INSIDER food showed up on my timeline: Doughnuts that get a crown of 23K gold are the level of goals we strive to be at. 🍩 pic.twitter.com/5FAGisYyFQ — INSIDER food (@InsiderFood) September 8, 2017 My immediate reaction was to tell INSIDER food to fire their social media … Continue reading Better Copy Can’t Save This Tweet
Donald Trump Jr., whose Twitter account is arguably more deplorable than his dear dad's, Tweeted this sweet meme today: This image says it all. Let's end the politically correct agenda that doesn't put America first. #trump2016 pic.twitter.com/9fHwog7ssN — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 19, 2016 The tweet is characteristically childish, but it's also more than … Continue reading Like Father, Like Son
Amid accusations of Facebook suppressing conservative content in its "Trending" section, The New York Times examined social media's evolving role as news source and curator. For the companies, adding additional curated or original editorial content has an obvious appeal, helping them extract more value from people already using the platform, as well as potentially attracting new ones. … Continue reading Is Facebook a news organization?
Two days ago, I sent out (what I thought was) a pretty benign tweet: Sure: it's a criticism of two popular actresses; but they're actresses in a thriving series that frequently is subjected to reviews both positive and negative. I didn't think anything of it. This morning, I opened my Twitter feed to find 15 … Continue reading Emboldened by the Internet