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Brené Brown on Empathy. OSINT At Home #1 - Starting an investigation with image reverse search. What do you think the candidates in the 2020 US election should be talking about? How Africa’s satirists are reimagining public opinion. Singapore Airlines serviert Essen in parkenden Maschinen - ausgebucht - DER SPIEGEL. The View from Nowhere: Questions and Answers - PressThink. After dismissing Mr.

The View from Nowhere: Questions and Answers - PressThink

Williams, who was one of its senior news analysts, NPR argued that he had violated the organization’s belief in impartiality, a core tenet of modern American journalism. Mark Lombardi. If you would like to reproduce an image of a work of art in MoMA’s collection, or an image of a MoMA publication or archival material (including installation views, checklists, and press releases), please contact Art Resource (publication in North America) or Scala Archives (publication in all other geographic locations).

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More information is also available about the film collection and the Circulating Film and Video Library. If you would like to reproduce text from a MoMA publication or moma.org, please email text_permissions@moma.org. Content density: Why TikToks trounce Stories - Constine's Moving Product newsletter. What would you rather watch if you only have 15 seconds?

Content density: Why TikToks trounce Stories - Constine's Moving Product newsletter

How social justice slideshows made by activists took over Instagram. In 1971, to the backdrop of a funky jazz rhythm, musician and poet Gil Scott-Heron declared that “the revolution will not be televised.”

How social justice slideshows made by activists took over Instagram

In 2020, however, it’s possible that the threads of revolution would be found on Instagram — its message distributed through wide chunky typefaces and bold gradient graphics that preface a mini informative slideshow. Online activism, coupled with in-person organizing, reached a zenith in June, as daily Black Lives Matter protests erupted across the country. Instagram, once an apolitical din, reflected that change. It no longer felt appropriate — even for celebrities and influencers, who tend to exist unfazed by current events — to skip over politics and resume regular programming. Greatest Construction "Innovations" Trending | April 8, 2020 Buildings, bridges, and other projects have a whole team of engineers and architects to accomplish the task.

Greatest Construction "Innovations"

How East and West think in profoundly different ways - BBC Future. Joe Rogan Experience #1470 - Elon Musk. Remembering the Nearly 100,000 Lives Lost to Coronavirus in America. Overcoming the Brain's Negativity Bias, by Jill Suttie. Why can’t we pull our attention away from a traffic accident or stop watching news about the latest viral outbreak?

Overcoming the Brain's Negativity Bias, by Jill Suttie

Why are we waylaid by criticism or unable to get past a minor snub from our best friend? That’s our negativity bias. We humans have a propensity to give more weight in our minds to things that go wrong than to things that go right—so much so that just one negative event can hijack our minds in ways that can be detrimental to our work, relationships, health, and happiness.

Overcoming our negativity bias is not easy to do. But a new book, The Power of Bad: How the Negativity Effect Rules Us and How We Can Rule It, coauthored by social psychologist Roy Baumeister and New York Times writer John Tierney, inspires hope. Recently, I spoke with the authors about their book and what we can learn from it. How Every Great Invention Turns Into Its Opposite - Team Human - Medium. The Pitfalls and the Potential of the New Minimalism. More beguiling to Chayka are artists who have no interest in directing the lives of others.

The Pitfalls and the Potential of the New Minimalism

He writes about Agnes Martin—who considered herself an Abstract Expressionist but whose poised, transcendent paintings have been claimed for Minimalism—and Walter De Maria, whose installation “The New York Earth Room,” a field of dirt in a mostly empty white space, has been quietly confounding people in SoHo since 1977. The Creative Wisdom of Ira Glass - Make Better - Medium. On the basics… One of the things I think is really important, if you’re making stories for television or radio, is that you understand the building blocks of the stories.

The Creative Wisdom of Ira Glass - Make Better - Medium

2019 Philip Meyer Award winners announced. A sophisticated investigation that used machine learning to track hidden evidence connected to the opioid epidemic is the first-place winner in the 2019 Philip Meyer Journalism Awards.

2019 Philip Meyer Award winners announced

Other top awards go to investigations that uncovered substantial fire risks to communities in the West and tracked the causes of a refugee crisis in South Sudan. “This year’s entries, as they have for several years, reflected a growing sophistication in reporting methods, presentation and transparency,” said Sarah Cohen, a contest judge and the Knight Chair in Data Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. “The selections were more difficult than ever, so the judges focused on projects that could pave the way as exemplary efforts and could be used as models for other projects.” The 2019 winners are: