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On Brands’ Bad Social Media
The phenomena of brands trying to tweet like teenagers might be new, but brands have been trying to seem cool for decades.
The Digital Voyage
How Trump’s Twitter Presidency Hijacked Hopes For E-Democracy
The first live-tweeting presidency resembles the broadcast-era version of democracy more than the kind of democracy the internet was supposed to enable.
The Deafening (((Echoes))) of Marked Language
What is marked language, and what does it have to do with the online hate speech of anti-semitic "Echoes" on Twitter?
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