Why do so many social media accounts of so many serious institutions talk to us as though we prefer our institutions or politicians “humanised” and served in the way of a soft drink?
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Rose McGowan got her account suspended in the aftermath of her Harvey Weinstein related tweet-storm. But just how easy or hard is it to get yourself kicked off Twitter?
Tweets are about to become twice as insufferable. And other media tidbits of the day.
Look, you may ask why on earth I’d care what some silly man stuck in an Ecuadorean embassy has to say about women’s rights, but once upon a time I was a rather strident supporter of WikiLeaks, writes freelance journalist Asher Wolf.
ABC's Emma Alberici and Sky News' Caroline Marcus have a twitter tiff over marriage equality, John Lyons to head investigative journalism at the ABC, and other media news.
Turnbull is still as reliant on traditional media outlets as he is social media, despite a concerted push in his office to bypass them.
It's shocking to think the President sometimes re-reads his tweets before hitting send.
Academic research should not be decided by Twitter lynch mob, writes sports researcher and sociological academic Dr James Connor.