Reading: The COVID-19 misinformation crisis is just beginning, but there is hope

From The COVID-19 misinformation crisis is just beginning, but there is hope Ars Technica reports on a paper on complex networks and resilience – in this case, the resilience of hate speech. But there may be hope: researchers have developed a “map” of how distrust in health expertise spreads through social networks, according to a… Continue reading Reading: The COVID-19 misinformation crisis is just beginning, but there is hope

Morgan’s pinboard for 22 Apr 2015

Reading to Have Read – If you’re a person who reads, you may have read about Spritz, a startup that hopes to “reimagine” reading. Like most tech startups, reimagining entails making more efficient. Spritz promises to speed… – (content_strategy reading speed_reading attention_economy ) [toread] Lockhart – a mathematician’s lament – – (none) Understanding and learning… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 22 Apr 2015

Morgan’s pinboard for 18 Apr 2015 through 21 Apr 2015

Not-yetness: Examples | the red pincushion – – (ple complexity oer oe ) Watters – Teaching Machines – A history of education as centered on its machinery – (oer e-learning edcationaldesign ) The Internet doesn’t make you smarter; you only think it does – But the false confidence is not restricted to the internet –… Continue reading Morgan’s pinboard for 18 Apr 2015 through 21 Apr 2015