It seems like 2022 is only a few months away, but 11 months have already passed. In those months, the world faced some hot moments, with an upcoming Third World War lurking behind the door. Fortunately, most politicians were smart enough to keep away from red buttons and not jump in too quickly on theContinue reading “2022 towards its end”
One can find several people doing violence against the truth. Similarly, there is Richard Martin who claims that fascism and communism are twin brothers.
The meagre voter turnout in Italy, clearly shows how the fed up population is not at all interested in the political scene and is willing to adopt a wait-and-see attitude.
When it comes to dealing with the inconvenient truth of our climate crisis and the threat to life as we know it on Planet Earth today, it is up to Christians to break the silence.
Despite numerous positive use cases of AI-generated synthetic media, deep-fakes might also pose significant dangers to democracy and become the new standard of masterful manipulation.
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In a world where everything is becoming digital from money, education, work, and relationships, it would be a good guess to assume that the idea of a newspaper will eventually burn out and be a thing of the past, yet they are still hanging on to some key…
By using social media the loudest groups of fanatics try to drive the conversation, not rational, solid, considered thinkers, Christian or not, to bring a sort of news that is often very far from reality. Mainstream journalism has been ruined by these phenomena and the danger exists that certain newspapers fall into the trap toContinue reading “Mississippi journalists discuss the evolution of daily newspapers”
‘Civic journalism’ of burgerjournalistiek met schrijvers en/of bloggers die volhardend hun mening uiten en dingen aan de kaak durven stellen, kan de negatieve impact van sociale media tenietdoen: doordat ze niet meer focust op een zo groot mogelijk publiek te willen tevreden stellen, maar het publiek juist wil betrekken bij de inhoud die soms zelfs de kranten niet haalt, zonder de behoefte te hebben om de inhoud sensationeler en oppervlakkiger te maken.
To give an overview of what appears in the international press and what may be important points that deserve our attention, a lot of work needs to be done, and the question can be asked whether enough readers are interested in it.
The intention of this site was to provide a free overview of interesting events and to present a variety of different news articles. But due to the very low interest in these overview articles of newspaper reports, I doubt whether it is still useful to spend so much time on it.