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Heat death – What Trump's tweets say about the health of media

The future is indeed terrifyingly unknowable when you can't even focus on the present.

Thu, 26 Jan 2017

US President Donald Trump's use of social networks will permanently control the media news cycle. If you think this is a bad thing, consider how many walls you've metaphorically punched after discovering journalists omitting or misreporting facts. 

So imagine if you too had access to information

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