Month: November 2016

Don’t Get Fooled Again: Foiling Fake Facebook News

A year or two ago my 18-year-old son and his school friends created something they call “The Daily Fake.” It’s a rather humorous “Inside Baseball”-type like look at things they consider to be unusual, strange, unacceptable, not credible or for a lack of a better term, not worthy, according to them – the ultimate arbiters of all things genuine, at least in their humble collective opinion…. Read more »