Everything

By, Sasha Calamaco

Social media can gather a lot of hits in both, great ways and terrible ways too. It seems that once it’s streamed, posted, Tweeted, and shared that content or 140 character count is out in the interwebs forever. SCREEN SHOTS LIVE ON. Most times what ever medium we’re looking at we most times than most assume and trust it’s the truth. Isn’t that crazy? We are at a time in the world where we can reply on solid sources. I think when used in the correct and trustworthy “fat checked,” it’s great.

We can tune into accounts like, Dallas Morning News , The Associated Press, list go on and on. And then there are accounts for reliable travel info, airline updates. Social media has changed the game on having resources at our fingertips. It is a truly wonderful tool when used valid and factual. No one want’s to be misconstrued in leisure information, and especially the news. Though we are all aware that one happens more times than it should.

Regardless of what you enjoy doing, hobbies, passions, or just for the hell of it – it’s all pretty much discoverable on the internet. All it takes is a simple search and a few to less of your favorite social media apps.  We are guaranteed to find something that interest us, or that we already find interesting. Social media makes that totally possible for everyone to have access to.

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UNT Eagle Strategies

Class members of the social media class in the Mayborn School of Journalism