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tech:internet:social-media [2019/01/04 01:24]
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tech:internet:social-media [2019/01/12 00:38] (current)
Olivier Simard-Casanova [Twitter]
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 - Deactivate retweets (unfortunately it's on a per account basis, which is another argument in favour of keeping the number of followers low). They seem to fuel anger and controversy. Only have a look at what your follower say or write, not what they "​share"​. - Deactivate retweets (unfortunately it's on a per account basis, which is another argument in favour of keeping the number of followers low). They seem to fuel anger and controversy. Only have a look at what your follower say or write, not what they "​share"​.
 - Less tweets in your timeline means more time to think about them. It's calmer, slower, has more meaning, and is basically more interesting as you'll end up having more thoughtful conversations (as long as the person on the other side also wants a thoughtful conversation,​ of course). - Less tweets in your timeline means more time to think about them. It's calmer, slower, has more meaning, and is basically more interesting as you'll end up having more thoughtful conversations (as long as the person on the other side also wants a thoughtful conversation,​ of course).
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 +### Trustable breaking news
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 +Because Twitter is unable to provide a reliable sorting between trustable news sources and trolls during breaking events, I created a list with trusted news sources:
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 +https://​twitter.com/​simardcasanova/​lists/​trustable-breaking-news
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 +Accounts from the U.S., the E.U., France, the U.K. and Germany.