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POW RIGHT IN THE PENIS OMG #adamgriffithsnews (via @mjenkins) https://t.co/ymbHw49phd
How journalists at one company, @storyful, handle "vicarious trauma," i.e. looking at disturbing footage all day. https://t.co/exGPa8k7Op
How did news organisations handle the Philando Castile Facebook Live video? @cward1e via @firstdraftnews https://t.co/OjLrplE1rc
Bullshit curation is dangerous. Unless you are constantly reading minute to minute news, and from multiple sources, it is quite easy for these explosive headlines to stick in the consciousness and become truth.
The despair of poor white Americans https://t.co/CVNVqOSECf https://t.co/F1EGvP6yoK
You're asking us? Really, Mandy. https://t.co/3XF5EBrNrM
I'm not crying. YOU'RE crying. https://t.co/VmAFVB5YXT