Engaged Reading Digest: Adobe's Reddit error, impact editing and good news for good news
Today's digital journalism digest: good news, new job roles and Reddit trolls
Chat app groups can lead to more extreme views
We know how closed groups work — and that suggests that a shift to chat apps will only increase polarisation.
Partisan satire and the mechanisms of unintentional misinformation
The Washington Post has detailed the vicious circle between two different political groups that is breeding unintentional misinformation - and increasing polarisation
The dangerous ignorance at the heart of Facebook
The attitude Mark Zuckerberg is displaying towards news suggests a deep ignorance of the true dynamics of news and its role in society.
What causes Fake News to spread? People.
For all the panic, soul-searching and debate about the “fake news” phenomenon, there’s one basic truth I rarely see
What does it mean to be creative?
Compelling exploration of how creative minds function: As psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, who has interviewed creative people across various fields points