With Donald Trump’s term coming to a close, I look back at the blog’s posts about Trump.
On Monday, Iowa held its first-in-the-nation caucus for the 2020 presidential election. Unfortunately, things went awry from a technological standpoint. Only the Shadow app knows…… Read More »Iowa’s 2020 Democratic caucus has app problems
Yes, it’s even more news about Facebook. (Things have been very busy lately for Mark Zuckerberg’s company.) Late last week, Facebook announced plans to launch… Read More »Facebook to launch news feature that includes Breitbart
Just after the 2016 presidential election, I wrote a post on how to avoid misleading, or “fake,” news stories that might get shared on social… Read More »How to avoid misinformation on social media, plus reputable news sources to follow
Many people are concerned about their social media followings, and this also extends to politicians. Famously (or infamously), there’s Donald Trump’s Twitter presence. However, most… Read More »The presence of popular political leaders on Twitter
Today marks the inauguration of our 45th president, Donald Trump. I’ve written before about the Donald’s flaws, especially on social media. (Long rant short: he’s… Read More »Trump inadvertently boosts sales of John Lewis’ “March” graphic novel
Today’s Election Day. Again, I hope everyone’s remembered to go vote. As for watching the election returns, there’ll be plenty of places to turn to… Read More »How to live stream the election results
Tuesday night is President Obama’s final State of the Union address, as he leaves office a year from now. This year, the White House plans… Read More »Obama’s final State of the Union covered on Amazon, Snapchat