There is no adherence to the truth the first time out. What matters is how quickly we can tweet out the baity headline with the video to boot
That Asian Mom Is Not The Nanny, But We Are Too Lazy To Prove That Fact
Ezinne Ukoha

It seems this methodology in the Internet era is becoming increasingly normal. I’m in the computer science field where the current consensus on publishing is that you get something out quickly no matter how broken in order to maximize attention, and then you update it later. That’s why you see broken games and vulnerable websites. It’s such a bad trend thats promoted by likes or retweets or any other sharing method

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