Josh Strupp
Nov 30, 2016 · 5 min read

1) Interpret Facebook posts seriously, but not literally.

When we share content on social platforms, we aren’t informing the world about the world; we are informing the world about our worldview.

2) Practice media literacy.

Make more deliberate choices with your news sources.

Content Regulations for all staff writers at The Rival

3) Watch this. Now.

Conclusion

Thanks to Hannah Mouyal

Josh Strupp

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🌎 Marketing lead @ isl.co | 🗞 (Ex)Media Entrepreneur | 🎓GW Journalism grad | 👾 Wannabe Technologist |🕺average dancer |joshstrupp.github.io

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