Pinterest: A Happy Place

    6 Jan by Jessie Hoyng

    Pinterest: A Happy Place

    Being informed is important. Constantly surrounding yourself with media – whether it be tv news, social media, radio, or digital news alerts – is not healthy. When Denver went into “lockdown” in March of 2020, Instagram and Facebook – my most-used social platforms at the time – became places where I’d fall into the trap […]

    20 Oct by Adriana Anderson

    Misinformation, Disinformation, and Social Media

    Misinformation and disinformation have been around throughout history, but the problem has amplified in the last few years; the relative anonymity of the web and the fast-paced exchange of information on social media platforms have made it easy to disseminate disinformation online. Let’s start with some definitions. Misinformation refers to false or out-of-context information that […]