The internet is not ruined just because there are a few assholes on it
The internet is not ruined just because there are a few assholes on it. This from author, journalism professor, media consultant and long time blogger, Jeff Jarvis, discussing the progress he sees with the open Internet, digital journalism, Internet advertising and social media platforms. …[L]et’s please remember that the internet is not ruined just because there are a few assholes on it. This, too, is why I insist on not seeing the net as a medium. It is Times Square. On Times Square, you can find pickpockets and bad Elmos and idiots, to be sure. But you also find many more nice tourists from Missoula and Mexico City and New Yorkers trying to dodge them on their way to work. Let’s bring some perspective to the media narrative about the net today. Please go take a look at your Facebook or Twitter or Instagram feeds or any Google search. I bet you will not find them infested with nazis and Russians and trolls, oh, my. I will…
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