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Mike Caulfield
Radically rethinking how online information literacy is taught for the American Democracy Project. Book:
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Mike Caulfield 1h
Replying to @mweller
Still. Next you'll be telling me you were downing beers with Iron Maiden at the Ruskin Arms.
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Mike Caulfield 2h
Replying to @mweller
Wait, The Beat was the first band you saw live? At the Rainbow?!?!? Of Hendrix guitar burning fame? At 14? My whole life has been a fucking waste.
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Mike Caulfield 2h
The granular ranking in the Press Freedom Index is worthless of course, but the more general position is helpful to people making assessments of sources.
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Mike Caulfield 2h
I'm doubtful you could do this, but there are some parallels with the Press Freedom Index maybe?
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Mike Caulfield 2h
Replying to @cwarzel
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Mike Caulfield 3h
Or quite possibly make you fill out a visioning session personal whiteboard for the polaroid snap which might be worse. This will be my least popular tweet of the day.
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Mike Caulfield 3h
Replying to @gsiemens
Have you read wei's status as a service essay yet?
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Mike Caulfield 6h
Gif production is fun but man when it goes wrong it goes wrong
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Nate Angell Mar 25
A POV from in this story on “In his own experience, students struggle the most with assessing media, not when they lack a strategy, but when they apply bad strategies they've been taught.”
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Renee DiResta 18h
hi! some great ones for disinfo research and explainers are , does good weekly policy wrap-ups, for the media literacy aspect, i like for analysis, & for algo design issues
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Mike Caulfield 18h
Replying to @grandeped
To be clear the movie is very bad but also surprisingly clear they were assholes
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Chad Marlow 20h
Great article. Kudos . Privacy’s not an abstraction
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Mike Caulfield 19h
It's increasingly clear that Glenn Can't Read, which may also explain why Glenn Can't Edit.
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Mike Caulfield 19h
Replying to @grandeped
This is so far the best tweet on this.
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Mike Caulfield 20h
The New Motley Crue Netflix biopic is Heavy Metal Hallmark Channel. Discuss.
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Mike Caulfield 23h
Replying to @SaraMichener
Is that a cinnamon green cheek conure?
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Mike Caulfield 24h
Replying to @Autumm
I am a 100% sure that McDonald's will figure out a way to sell the "what you want to want" as something that makes you buy a chicken sandwich instead of a burger, and somehow hooks into your smart refrigerator and childhood feelings of abandonment to sell you salads.
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Mike Caulfield Mar 25
Replying to @holden
What this does, over time, is leads to the casino-fication of all culture, where retailers use tricks to wear down your willpower and separate you from your money. And the impacts of that go beyond money, exhausting your willpower, breeding self-loathing.
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Mike Caulfield Mar 25
One of the big problems with analytics is they know what we want (sometimes!) but can't see what we "want to want". And so in this case, it's quite likely that such a parent doesn't want to get in a habit of evening coffees and snacks, but the algo tries to rope them in.
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Benedict Evans Mar 25
Replying to @benedictevans
Workflow, tools, integrations - how much more time you don’t have does Apple News + need? What’s the file format?
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