Monthly Archives: March 2019


Magpies and Maggots While listening to a morning radio program—hosted by a journalist I admire—I heard her talk about how information about all of us has been captured by social media companies that helps target us for advertisers. When she … Continue reading

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When we act like muggles In my field—mass communication—you learn that folks have all sorts of theories about how media affect us. But, many assumptions about media fail to pan out in real life, and here are three: Even bad … Continue reading

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