Deciphering Russia’s misinformation: How do we sort fact from fiction?

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Newspapers: Dying or Changing

Originally posted on What's Going On? :
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…

Mississippi journalists discuss the evolution of daily newspapers

Originally posted on OXFORD STORIES:
Jodi HallumOxford Storieshallumjodi@gmail.comIt was the final weeks of summer in 1987 when Jeremy Walden, an incoming freshman, met Frank Hurdle, a law student and editor of The Daily Mississippian. Walden finished registering for classes at the Tad Smith Coliseum and made his way over to Farley Hall to meet the…

Goede journalistiek hoeft niet te verdwijnen of opzij geduwd te worden door sociale media

‘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.

Presenting views from different sources

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.

Random Thoughts 3/15/2022 by Ray Barbier and Marcus Ampe

Originally posted on One Lifetime Blog:
Photo by Artu016bras Kokorevas on Pexels.com One must be awed, amazed and just plain overwhelmed by the courage, strength, fearlessness, and determination of the Ukrainian people. They are in a war/conflict where they are outnumbered, outgunned, and for most people would be considered dire or hopeless. To them, there…

The First Great Information War 

Originally posted on Dying to Live :
Life – Terror. Ecstasy. Fight. Denial. Flight. Failure. PAIN. Forgiveness. Reconciliation. Hope. Love. Peace – Death. Social media turn on Putin, the past master, disinformation and fake accounts were used against the west for years – now the Kremlin is under attack. One of the wildest aspects of the…

The one who claimed he was not planning an invasion in Ukraine

For months, the Russian President deceived the world by saying that he did not want to invade Ukraine. Today, however, on 24 February 2022, he has implemented his war plans.

Putin speaks plainly – and the West is speechless

Originally posted on a-bigger-bang:
As was to be expected, Putin explained once again, and this time in summary form for everyone to take note of, why he wants to recognize the Donetsk and Luhansk regions, which have broken away from Ukraine, as independent. In doing so, the president made out two enemy images above all:…

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