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Ariel Stulberg
Tech policy and media business reporter for hire. Credits . Formerly . Reach me at arielstulberg at gmail dot com
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Ariel Stulberg 22s
The election is over. No manipulative BS from now on!
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If an op-ed is paid for by Facebook and meant to further Facebook’s business interests, it should be labeled as an advertisement for Facebook.
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Ariel Stulberg 30m
Split them into groups, round robin, then split them again by some other metric, another round robin, then, double elimination one-on-one bracket. It’s really the only way.
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Ariel Stulberg 32m
Right in front of our faces. Editors are supposed to decide what stories are important, not politicians.
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Ariel Stulberg 33m
Replying to @dylanmatt
Strumming with a card. Smh.
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Ariel Stulberg 1h
Replying to @arielstulberg
Trump and Putin’s positions are different in that Putin is in personal charge of his intelligence apparatus. He’s basically a chief of intelligence who also happens to be head of state.
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Ariel Stulberg 1h
Trump treats US intelligence as his enemy and Russian intelligence as his friend
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Ariel Stulberg 3h
Replying to @arielstulberg
It’s just capitalism. Their job to make money. If they’d really wanted to ruin their reputations, they would have reacted aggressively to this stuff before it became public, at the expensive of the stock price.
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Ariel Stulberg 3h
Imagine finding out your website is being used for genocidal propaganda, anti-democratic spy ops, etc. and feeling no shame or personal responsibility about it.
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Jennifer Brandel Nov 14
Huge news for journalism industry today - The Correspondent launches. From the brilliant minds of & and guided by the one and only The model is pay what you can for incredible journalism. No curious person left behind.
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Ariel Stulberg 22h
Replying to @juliacarriew @alexhern
Feels like the SEO industry is winning
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Ariel Stulberg Nov 14
Also, of course they're accountable.
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Ariel Stulberg Nov 14
Judges are deciding which laws and government actions are legal? The government appealing those decisions. The horror.
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Judd Legum Nov 13
WOW "Since the tax cuts were passed, the 1,000 largest public companies have actually reduced employment, on balance. They have announced the elimination of nearly 140,000 jobs — which is almost double the 73,000 jobs they say they have created"
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Eric Tucker Nov 13
Attorneys for George Papadopoulos have filed motion to withdraw from the case.
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Jules Suzdaltsev Nov 11
If anybody from Baraboo High School in Wisconsin can clue me in on why it appears the entire male class of 2018 is throwing up a Sig Heil during their prom photos - that would be great. h/t
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Kevin Roose Nov 12
In case it wasn’t clear who the most powerful person in the world is, here are 5 governments banding together and begging for RTs to increase their chances of getting a meeting with Mark Zuckerberg.
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Ariel Stulberg Nov 10
Shameless corruption
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paladine Nov 9
“people with firsthand information about the matter told me that Whitaker, in his conversations with the president, presented himself as a vigorous supporter of Trump’s position and “committed to extract as much as he could from the Justice Department on the president’s behalf.”
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Ariel Stulberg Nov 9
"The media can't resist talking about themselves." Apparently.
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