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Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminderTechnology has “skewed our experience of daily reality. Objectively, the world is better today than ever, but the digital world inevitably makes everyone feel worse. It isn’t just the substance of daily news that unmoors you, but also the speed and volume and oversaturated fakery of it all.”


—Farhad Manjoo, technology writer, “You Should Meditate Every Day,” The New York Times, Jan. 9, 2019.






 

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