Tag Archives: information revolution

Fighting Misinformation Online

Here’s the original Tweetstorm and for those who don’t Twitter, you can read it easily on Storify.   Here’s a handy meme to use on your social media:

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What is a Russianist?

I tweeted a long thread today on what Russianist training looks like and the various levels of Russia “specialists.” It’s storified here.

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Storified Tweets

I’ve been putting what little spare time I have lately to keeping up with incredibly fast-moving events on Twitter, and have Tweet-stormed some thoughts there on how history is being used and misused that should by rights probably have been … Continue reading

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Now Available in Paperback!

A Consumer’s Guide to Information is now fully released everywhere it’s going to be – you can buy it in paperback from Amazon or in eBook from most eBook distributors, including Barnes & Noble and iTunes as well as Amazon. … Continue reading

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Consuming Information

I did something completely unplanned and unscheduled: I wrote an extra book. It’s about using basic critical thinking skills to navigate the information revolution. It was inspired primarily by the recent Stanford study about the difficulty young people have distinguishing … Continue reading

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