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Social Media Trends | Social Media Today

Social Media Trends | Social Media Today | How To Read Media | Scoop.it
The old adage goes like this: a picture tells a thousand words. But in this age when information spreads almost at the speed of light, even a picture is not enough. There is a need to give the information about your business to ...
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It’s Not a Pipe: Teaching Kids to Read the Media

It’s Not a Pipe: Teaching Kids to Read the Media | How To Read Media | Scoop.it
The image projected on the screen in the front of the classroom is Magritte's painting of a pipe, including the words, "Ceci n'est pas une pipe." I ask the students to each briefly make a guess why...

Via Ana Cristina Pratas
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As Magritte himself stated later on in one of his interviews - only the image of the object is seen, the interpretation of it not the thing itslef. It directly applies to mass media and the information provided by journalists. Readers are required to evaluate given news - which is the "pipe" and which is only a vague reflection of it. 

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18 Social Media Blogs Worth Reading

18 Social Media Blogs Worth Reading | How To Read Media | Scoop.it

I follow blogs. I particularly read blogs that give me insights into the world of digital marketing, social media and trends relevant to the internet in general. I like subscribing to blogs by email. I scan what’s on, then click into it if there’s anything I’m interested in further. So, for your convenience and perusal, here is my list of Social Media & Related Blogs Worth Reading...


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, November 11, 2013 2:36 AM

Sabine McKenna shares a good list of social media blogs and several were new to me.