0/ I gave testimony today to the Knight Commission on Trust, Media and Democracy. I talked about an emerging approach to the production of trust in news. It's not standard now, but will, I think, become such over time. It has 9 or 10 interlocking parts, which I will now describe.
— Jay Rosen (@jayrosen_nyu) February 20, 2018
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I have now written more than one book, so hopefully have learned something about the process. Here at the ten things I wish I knew when I started. I hope they help any budding authors out there! (Thread)
— Jamie Bartlett (@JamieJBartlett) February 22, 2018
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The fact that people have really different ideas about what words like "usually" or "unlikely" mean can have a huge impact on policymaking. Take this survey. https://t.co/lPpdZliPhP
— James Surowiecki (@JamesSurowiecki) February 23, 2018
(jeg vet ikke hvor mange det er, men tenker over at det burde vært tydelig debattene — vi har jo hatt et par solide hopp opp i slik helse siste 30 år)
— Fyk O.M. Fei (@Fykomfei) February 24, 2018
Jeg trodde faktisk at jeg ikke lenger kunne lamslås av eksempler på byråkratisk inkompetanse og vettløshet, men dengang ei… pic.twitter.com/dz6Dt8S8fm
— Doremus Schafer (@DoremusSchafer) February 21, 2018
Not every institution deserves protecting. (Cough New York Times cough.) But it takes diligence and dedication to be able to suss out which ones to let go and which ones to shore up — even at one's personal risk, if it comes to that.
— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) February 20, 2018
This is the most frustrating gif I've ever seen in my life pic.twitter.com/eTzcg4LJfq
— Casanova 🇯🇲 (@KRUZAA_) February 18, 2018
1) Overmadrass som på mystisk vis alltid ligg feil
2) Stretchlaken som lev sitt eige liv
3) Ladarleidningen til mobilen som forsvinn under senga/nattbordet
4) Dyna som forsvinn ut av dynetrekket
5) Velting av glas (med vatn) på nattbordet
6) Smular pic.twitter.com/ofcfvv6R8b
— Øystein Olav Skaar (@motsegn) February 22, 2018
Y'all I'm dying, Manafort created an incriminating paper trail because he needed someone to help him convert a Word doc to PDF. pic.twitter.com/CTE4oV7zj0
— Susan Simpson (@TheViewFromLL2) February 22, 2018
You know, when I said I wanted the real world to be more like Harry Potter I just meant the teleportation and the magic stuff, not the entire plot of book 5 where the government refuses to do anything about a deadly threat so the teenagers have to rise up and fight back.
— Denizcan James (@MrFilmkritik) February 22, 2018
I’m not sure why people are so surprised that the students are rising up—we’ve been feeding them a steady diet of dystopian literature showing teens leading the charge for years. We have told teen girls they are empowered. What, you thought it was fiction? It was preparation.
— Jennifer Ansbach (@JenAnsbach) February 19, 2018
— Doremus Schafer (@DoremusSchafer) February 23, 2018
Always can say “someone said …” if I just repeat lies I said previously pic.twitter.com/LeH9KYBGwg
— dont hug me bro (@rizsrug216) February 23, 2018
Psykobloggen: Kjære legevakt.
«Jeg har feilet igjen, tror du ikke jeg vet det? Tror du ikke det er noe av det… https://t.co/krvNX5gtqq
— Mental Helse (@MHelse) February 22, 2018
this ultimately leads to a serious critique of the systems and its incentives: if you are charged less for making incendiary (and perhaps outright false) ads, aren’t you going to make more of those?
fact that Facebook ads haven’t been regulated for years is borderline criminal
— ಠ_ಠ (@MikeIsaac) February 24, 2018
Fiffig av @Dagsavisen og @SisselHoffengh å skrive dette om kritikken mot Jarle Aabø, uten å gi ett eneste _konkret_ eksempel på HVA han kritiseres for. https://t.co/79HUryulHu pic.twitter.com/OigpHBayjc
— Doremus Schafer (@DoremusSchafer) February 25, 2018
Har regnet litt på dette med valgresultater og nye regioner igjen, denne gang med resultatene fra fjorårets stortingsvalg. https://t.co/N7na5TpygQ
— Erik Magnus (@iveerik) February 25, 2018
that's the mistake I made, one of the mistakes, to have wanted a story for myself, whereas life alone is enough.
— Samuel Beckett (@samuelbbeckett) February 24, 2018
🎨The canal by Holmen's Bridge, Copenhagen, 1911
👨🎨Christian Ferdinand Andreas Mølsted (15 Oct 1862 – 10 May 1930) was a Danish artist who specialized in marine painting. He is best known for his painting of the frigate Niels Juel during the Battle of Helgoland on 9 May 1864. pic.twitter.com/V9qnrJR2vO
— The Visual Arts (@TheVisualArt) February 19, 2018