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Timestamp #104: Destiny of the Daleks

Doctor Who: Destiny of the Daleks
(4 episodes, s17e01-e04, 1979)

A new series starts with repairs from the previous one. First, K9 and his magnificent brain need a tune-up, but after he (somehow) contracts a form of laryngitis, he’ll have to sit this one out. 1,533 more words


Fake News in 5 Points or Less

A few days ago, a friend of mine had shared this article on Facebook:

From my training it very clearly tells me it’s fake. Here’s a simplified way you tell fake news the next time you come across a similar article. 814 more words


Media Literacy in 5 Points or Less

  1. Being able to read doesn’t make you media literate
    To be illiterate as you’d understand it means to be unable to read or write. So if you can read and write English, being able to read the newspapers would mean you’re media literate, right?
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Timestamp: Sixteenth Series Summary

Doctor Who: Sixteenth Series Summary

I remember when Doctor Who did a season-long arc. I liked the Eighth Series a lot more.

Sure, the final scores between the two reflect this, but it goes deeper, much like how I like the… 796 more words


Timestamp #103: The Armageddon Factor

Doctor Who: The Armageddon Factor
(6 episodes, s16e21-e26, 1979)

The end to the Key to Time arc begins with melodrama in a hospital.

The target for the sixth and final segment of the Key to Time is Atrios, the twin planet to Zeos, which are engaged with each other in a brutal nuclear war. 1,613 more words