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Should we hug them or make them eat worms? Charles Johnson thinks jihadis need hugs.

Wow. Now Charles Johnson is going after The Gray Lady, aka, The New York Times. Never mind that the NYT states the obvious, that people all over the world are fed up with squishy politicos who allow islamic terrorism to proliferate by rolling their eyes and saying “Can’t we all just get along?” or “We’re all for diversity, no matter the cost,” or more often, “Fuck it. 101 more words

Little Green Footballs

NATO Center to organize one-day hackathon aimed at detecting fake news

The Baltic Post, 15 April 2017

RIGA – On May 13, the NATO Strategic Communications Center of Excellence will organize a one day hacking event aimed at coming up with practical methods to detect fake news and biased media online. 178 more words

Review Article

Trump's Spelling Errors

The relationship between the ability to spell and the ability to lead effectively is controversial. It is true that a person may not be perfectly literate but still be a powerful leader; however, spelling words incorrectly may be a cause for disrepute. 157 more words


Clare McAndrew LSES - Interview

If somehow you haven’t seen (We know you have). We visited the London Summer Events Show recently and had a whale of a time. We met loads of interesting people, enjoyed fun workshops and seminars and just had a great two days! 951 more words

Social Media

I have 4 different types of social medial. I have Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and an Academic Twitter. I communicate with my friends and keep up with a few celebrities and with my Twitter account I post my attendance and other academic things. 64 more words

Chapter Bubbles

Blog stats and do they really matter? I need convincing.

I have a confession to make… I don’t check my blog statistics. Do you? Why? What do you learn from them?

I suppose if I’d digested all of the information in those blogging stat guides correctly I wouldn’t be making this statement now. 1,239 more words



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