“Mr. Kriskey seeks to deny local impact of the Republican party leader’s rhetoric.” – Sarah Darer Littman Continue Reading →
Local Librarian Shares Ten Ways to Detect Fake News
Is the headline in all caps? Does it have excessive punctuation? Does it make you angry. Does it urge you to “share”? Is there an author byline and a date? Does the web address end in .com.co ? That’s the country code for Colombia.
“Fake news can hurt. But real news is a good thing,” Ijams said. “Your local newspaper is going to report what is happening here and now. Small town newspapers are good news sources. I love my real news.” Continue Reading →