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18.02.2019

01/100 Days of Productivity

Tasks Completed:

  • Almost finished my infographic
  • Done research & started my Media Conversion Presentation
  • Downloaded Premier Pro for my advertisement assignment
  • Went for a  

It doesn’t seem a lot written out but they were mostly all big time-consuming task so I feel relieved getting them out of the way.

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2019年2月26日曜日、名古屋CBCテレビ『イッポウ』(16:50〜)にて、春の新生活にぴったりのIKEAグッズをご紹介します。他にも店内フォトスポットや新しいビストロメニューなど盛りだくさんです。東海圏のみなさま、どうぞよろしくお願いします。

Media Terminology

For President’s Day, I’d like to share some important knowledge that I think is being lost in this day in age. Various terminology in regards to information and the media gets thrown around, but what do these terms actually mean? I’ve been noticing for a while that many of them are even being used incorrectly. So for this post, I am going to specifically identify the terms media bias, fake news, and satire.


Media Bias - Media bias is not the same thing as fake news, these are not interchangeable terms. Media bias refers to spinning a story to sound positive or negative while still retaining the facts of said story. For example, let’s say Trump did decide to sell Montana to Canada to pay off the national debt. A media outlet that was for this move may say something like “Pres. Trump Solves Debt Crisis with Sale of Montana: Several States Praise This Move” and then list said states that approve of this. One that was against it, might say “Trump Sells State of Montana, Residents Devastated” and then take interviews from Montana residents who are upset with the sale. Neither of these stories are wrong, they both present facts attributing to the story, they simply stick to one that support their feelings on the matter. This is why it’s important to study both sides of an issue in order to get a full picture on what is happening.


Fake News - This refers to news that is giving blatantly false information with the intention of causing outrage. You find them most commonly online in the form of photoshopped or misused images implying things that never happened. These are extremely detrimental and should be avoided at all costs. For example, anyone at any time could take a photo of you, say you performed some heinous crime, and encourage everyone to share it. Sadly, there are people who would without hesitation, believing that they are sharing the news to inform rather than to hinder. These oftentimes can go viral and ruin lives, so it is important to always fact check what you are reading.


Satire - Satire is an over-exaggerated story, often referring to a news story that is true, that is created for humor. While these are also fake, they are oftentimes so ridiculous in nature that there isn’t a high risk of anyone believing that they are real. The Onion, for example, is known for its satirical articles. For example, a satirical article might say “Ohio Governor Caught Selling Unicorn Tears to Pay For Toledo Roads” and be accompanied by a photoshopped image of the governor with a unicorn crying. There is obviously no way that this could be misconstrued as truth and is most likely an exaggeration of an actual story, thus satirical in nature.


For true, unbiased information, be wary of the websites you use. Scientific journals, government library sites, scholarly journals, etc. are far more reliable sources of information and provide references and resources for you to go back to the original source data and decide for yourself whether or not you believe what is written. This refers to even more than just politics, the adage “don’t believe everything you read online” comes to mind with this. While the internet can provide a great deal of false information, it can also provide an excellent source of information provided you know where to look.


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Journalism Isn’t Dying. It’s Returning to Its Roots | Antonio Garcia Martinez looks back to see ahead:

if you were to magically teleport the architects of our democracy—men like Ben Franklin or Samuel Adams (newspapermen, both of them)—to today, they’d find our journalistic ecosystem, with its fact-checked both-sides-ism and claims to “objectivity,” completely unrecognizable. Franklin wrote under at least a dozen pseudonyms, including such gems as Silence Dogood and Alice Addertongue, and pioneered the placement of advertising next to content. Adams (aka Vindex the Avenger, Philo Patriae, et al.) was editor of the rabidly anti-British Boston Gazetteand also helped organize the Boston Tea Party, when activists dumped tea into Boston Harbor rather than pay tax on it. Adams duly covered the big event the next day with absolute aplomb. They’d have no notion of journalistic “objectivity,” and would find the entire undertaking futile (and likely unprofitable, but more on that soon).

If, however, you explained Twitter, the blogosphere, and newsy partisan outlets like Daily Kos or National Review to the Founding Fathers, they’d recognize them instantly. A resurrected Franklin wouldn’t have a news job inside The Washington Post; he’d have an anonymous Twitter account with a huge following that he’d use to routinely troll political opponents, or a partisan vehicle built around himself like Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire, or an occasional columnist gig at a less partisan outlet like Politico, or a popular podcast where he’d shoot the political breeze with other Sons of Liberty, à la Chapo Trap House or Pod Save America. “Journalism dying, you say?” Ben Franklin v 2.0 might say. “It’s absolutely blooming, as it was in my day.”

What is dying, perhaps, is that flavor of “objective” journalism that purports to record an unbiased account of world events. We take journalistic objectivity to be as natural and immutable as the stars, but it’s a relatively short-lived artifact of 20th-century America. Even now it’s foreign to Europeans—cities such as London cultivate a rowdy passel of partisan scribblers who don’t even pretend there’s an impregnable wall between reportage and opinion. The US was much the same until the late 19th and early 20th century. Until 1900 or so, most newspapers were overtly political, and a name like The Press Democrat meant Democrat with a big D. Advertising was a minor concern, as party leaders encouraged members to subscribe to their local party organ, obviating the need for anything more than classifieds.

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Let’s face it: We live in a Rashomon reality in which every event is instantly captured from a dozen angles and given at least as many interpretations, whether it’s a Supreme Court confirmation hearing or a video of Catholic school kids at a march. The thought that one media outfit will produce what’s taken as God’s gospel truth, under the demands of today’s light-speed media cycle and subject to the vigilante fact-checking of Twitter, seems a bit quaint. By now the savvy media consumer knows to wait 24 hours before making any conclusion about a scoop, to cross-check at least a handful of sources and two dozen Twitter accounts for takes across the political spectrum. “Objectivity” is an atavism from the days of studiously inoffensive and circulation-expanding reportage lavishly supported by unquestioning advertiser budgets. That’s all gone now. And it’s not clear that this studious “objectivity” more closely approximates the truth. Iraq and the WMDs? Madame President? Those were headlines produced under rigorously “objective” (and wrong) coverage, while those who got it right—and there were some—spoke from less regimented perches.

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Neither democracy nor journalism will die. In fact, I suspect we’re about to have way more of both than we’ve had in a while. The path to the next golden age in American journalism isn’t nostalgia for a vanishing past but the same way that led to the previous golden age, namely, that of profit. More than likely, given the new business models, this will mean some partiality from journalism as well. That’s just fine too. It’s what Ben Franklin would have done.

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Think of your favorite fictional world/store/lore. Think of the people who created it. Marvel at their genius. 

There are many, many other people just as genius as them that could create content that good, but will never be given a chance. Beautiful, heart wrenching, terrifying, soul-gripping worlds and stories that will never see the light of day because the genius does not have the money, time, and/or connections to bring it to life and get it in front of audiences. 

It keeps me up at night.