C.Robbins on Sun, 15 Jan 2017 01:25:29 +0100 (CET)

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Re: <nettime> The Meme Wars

Absolutely - this is crucial .    An explication of your statement would
prove productive:

> On a related note, I think that an important part of this discussion
> will be to challenge the shallow discourse of "fake news" and 
> "post-truth” which only serves to set up a smoke screen covering the
> "actual dynamics at play, though others may dis-agree. 

This link , while it may strike you as shallow,  speaks to a degree of
activity that may be of interest to you-




On Jan 13, 2017, at 7:13 AM, David Garcia wrote:

> The Meme Wars 
> Although it has not been flagged up on the list I am sure that many
> will already know that just over a month ago the writer and researcher
> Florian Cramer gave a lecture  in which he shared his extensive
> research into little known factors influencing the rise of Alt.right. 

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