Some fun to be had from the older games.. thanks to The Scout Report for the link…
Over at Google’s Ngram Viewer, I put in Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, from 1990 through 2008, to see the frequency of mention in scanned books by Google. Below is the resulting chart. Here’s the link for the active research, if you’d care to try your own project…
WordPress.com won’t let us use iframe or embed with certain code, so I’ll just include a screenshot below…
“In a political climate where truth is dismissed, it can be difficult to figure out where politics end and moral, or even professional, imperatives begin.”
Wonderful news, fits open culture, open access to encourage use and access to art images.. kudos to The Met.. read more about the policy, gain access to the images, and learn how to identify the public domain images here.
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“One research team found that “highly automated accounts” supporting President Trump — a category that includes both bots and cyborgs — out-tweeted those supporting Democrat Hillary Clinton by a ratio of 5 to 1 in the final days before the vote.”
This is sad failure of technology, and Twitter, and social media, that corrupts democracy.
Daniel John Sobieski is among those who adeptly use “bots” and “cyborgs” to amplify their tweets.