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Leora Kornfeld
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Fascinated by unpopular culture, obscure celebrity, and the differences between squirrels in Canada and the U.S.
Fascinated by unpopular culture, obscure celebrity, and the differences between squirrels in Canada and the U.S.

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The guy who impersonates a dog rating other dogs online. And has 1.8 million Twitter followers.

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The Internet: From Cats to Dogs
We may need no further evidence of the progress we've made as a society than the fact that dogs, not cats, now power the Internet. It's been close to a decade since LOL cats  became a thing on the Internet. You know, those pictures of cats in various positi...

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The economic impact of the Internet on the U.S. economy is about $1.12 trillion dollars. How we came up with that figure, and some highlights from the just released study.

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The Internet is worth how much??
Do you ever see headlines that make sweeping claims such as
“The Internet is worth $_______”, and then wonder what that even begins to
mean. If so, today is a day of edification, because a study I
co-authored  on precisely this topic was released this week....

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Taking on the fake news industrial complex
If there’s one thing most (reasonable) people agree on is
that post-truth  is the new norm. The resulting uproar about ‘fake news’  is about more than just subjective narratives, because in a
digitally interconnected world, stories spread with the force of ...

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Taking on the fake news industrial complex
If there’s one thing most (reasonable) people agree on is
that post-truth  is the new norm. The resulting uproar about ‘fake news’  is about more than just subjective narratives, because in a
digitally interconnected world, stories spread with the force of ...

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The digital future...and how it happened
“We blew it with television”, said Jeffrey Cole of USC Annenberg’s Center for the Digital Future .  It was an arresting way to open a keynote at a  digital media conference  held earlier this week in Toronto. What Cole meant was that television, the mid 20t...

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The often inscrutable markets of the Internet, in which even hundreds of millions of users does not yield a business model.
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