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A social media episode

From The Daily Beast, the furor over Limbaugh’s recent outbursts:

Just as the technology-driven fragmentation of the landscape allowed partisan media to proliferate, a new technological development is providing the tools to take it down. Social media is making it possible to create a grassroots movement very quickly, voicing grievances very quickly and getting heard at the top of corporate headquarters.

Question: how do we move through these stages: citizens not knowing such a thing is possible, to knowing it can happen somehow, to knowing how it happens, to knowing how to help it happen.

  1. March 11, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    We move through the stages by simply engaging in social media. One may not know that change can be brought about for quite some time, but once they see it happen and are part of making it happen, they will become active in the movement by helping it happen time and time again. It all starts with one…

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