Tag: twitter

Butterfly Attacks

Butterfly Attacks Digitally Lit #265 – 10/24/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #265. Thanks for showing up this week. I appreciate you. This week I worked on the following: Innovation & Execution – When innovating, ideas without implementation mean nothing. Basically, talk is cheap. Back things up with action. How to cultivate self-awareness…

Toxic Positivity

Toxic Positivity Digitally Lit #264 – 10/17/2020 Welcome back to Digitally Literate and issue #264. Thanks for showing up this week. I appreciate you. This week I worked on the following: Be the Documentarian of Your Life – Document your thinking online to lead to new inspiration. Protect Your Center – The challenges and opportunities…

This is what filter bubbles actually look like

This is what filter bubbles actually look like by John Kelly and Camille François (MIT Technology Review)

Maps of Twitter activity show how political polarization manifests online and why divides are so hard to bridge.

John Kelly and Camille François in MIT Technology Review. John Kelly is CEO and Camille François is research director of Graphika, a social network analytics company. All annotations in context. American public life has become increasingly ideologically segregated as newspapers have given way to screens. But societies have experienced extremism and fragmentation without the assistance of Silicon Valley…

Social Network Analysis Reveals Full Scale of Kremlin's Twitter Bot Campaign

Social Network Analysis Reveals Full Scale of Kremlin’s Twitter Bot Campaign (globalvoices.org)

With the aid of open-source tools, Internet researcher Lawrence Alexander gathered and visualized data on nearly 20,500 pro-Kremlin Twitter accounts, revealing the massive scale of information manipulation attempts on the RuNet. In what is the first part of a two-part analysis, he explains how he did it and what he found. All annotations in context.…