We all know about the meaning of "VIRAL" in the world of the internet today, but few know that journalists and publishers of old (those in the print trades) had a definition of viral as well.
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“Anyone who spends a significant amount of time online knows how people today covet the virality of their posts. In most cases this is driven by a search for significance in the world. Perhaps countering the ugly peer pressures upon adolescents, a single viral post can propel a young person to instant world-wide notoriety, hence relieving that pressure to be accepted and even lauded.” SOURCE▶ bondserve on ODB22w
- The Viral Texts Project
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Viral Texts is sponsored by Northeastern University’s NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks and generously funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities’ Office of Digital Humanities and the American Council of Learned Societies’ Digital Innovation Fellowship Program.22w
- Might you prefer reading books, magazines, and printed content as opposed to online sources?
Stands to reason that we all spend some time doing offline readings and research, but the frequency of this behavior is far less today than a decade or two ago.22w
- Why is printed content still valuable today?
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- Since it was first published in 1956, Our Daily Bread has become the resource for which Our Daily Bread Ministries is best known. The daily devotional thoughts published in Our Daily Bread help readers spend time each day in God’s Word. This electronic edition of Our Daily Bread allows you to enjoy the same inspiring content found in the print edition of Our Daily Bread, but with many additional digital features:22w