Engaged Reading Digest: Memes, cancel culture and baby Yoda Paid Members Public
Memes aren't just juvenile fun - they're a potent weapon in the political armory, and we have to start taking them seriously.
Media Literacy will not create trust in journalism Paid Members Public
There's an assumption that just training people to be critical of media will help deal with misinformation. That's wrong.
What would happen if journalists got the hell off Facebook? Paid Members Public
Mathew Ingram wrote a typically interesting and provocative post last week, asking if the news industry should just get the hell off of Facebook. Are the benefits we accrue, diminishing though they are, worth the price we, and society as a whole, are paying [https://www.cjr.org/the_new_
Giphy starting to rank Gifs by popularity Paid Members Public
Giphy wants to tell you how dank [https://medium.com/@giphy/introducing-gif-view-counts-e3ec1899e7bd]1 your memes are: > You can see view counts for every GIF from an official Artist or Partner. When you visit an official Artist or Partner’s Channel, you can now also see how many GIFs are available