Social Media

Social Media

Postby erasmus44 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 1:21 am

I am an old timer and not as up on social media as I should be. But if you go over to Twitter and search Amanda Knox, some pretty nasty nonsense comes up high on the search list. It's even worse if you search Meredith Kercher.
I am not sure how important this is.
One factor is that whichever side lost in this case was going to be furious and act out on social media for a while. So I can understand why people who truly believe that the courts got it wrong are flaming away. The guilters seem to be flailing away and probably will produce a blizzard of excrement right after the Guede interview - regardless of what he says.
Should we be more aggressive?
Or is this stuff simply irrelevant.
I think that from the point of view of the media, the case is closed.
So does it really matter if guilters are tweeting away like humming birds on crystal meth?
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Re: Social Media

Postby Bruce Fischer » Wed Jan 13, 2016 1:23 am

We should completely ignore it.
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Re: Social Media

Postby Dougm » Wed Jan 13, 2016 5:25 pm

It would only matter if anyone is reading it.And hardly anyone is.
When you berate someone and push them and confuse them and lie to them and convince them that they're wrong you're not finding the truth.

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