We looked inside some of the tweets by @saumya_sagarika and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
The aftermath of #CycloneAmphan has left 80 dead (&rising) millions without food, electricity or homes. Relief efforts are incredibly challenging with all of this is unfolding against the backdrop of COVID-19. Please donate whatever you can, here are some verified orgs:
Tiktok shaming is classist. The real reason u don't like tiktok is not bcz 'oh the content is so bad' it's bcz u hate that someone who's not from ur social class now has means of self expression. You hate that you don't have the exclusivity of content creation anymore.
Have had to call out at least three people who claim to "know" digital and "get" content that to call TikTok cringeworthy shows how much you *don't* understand either in this country. I am in constant awe of TT creators, no lie. https://t.co/G3Hy5n9MVz
Wondering what is #FeministInternet? Join our #InstagramLive tomorrow at 3 PM IST with @praymurray from @DesignBeku #feminism #digitalspaces #Lockdown #livechats #informalconversations #fridayconversations #datafeminism https://t.co/sMLbKr33lC
Modi's 8 PM bombshells lead to speculation. Misinformation exists because uncertainty exists. When surprise becomes strategy, rumour is our best relief. w/ @SyedaZainabA on why we are about to see a flood of misinformation, and how to recognize it https://t.co/QZ5nw0VAub
Re-quoting: Misinformation exist because uncertainty exists. When surprise becomes strategy rumour is our best relief. Our article in @thewire_in today! #coronavirus #CoronavirusLockdown https://t.co/MgUvQ2r7ia
Crowdsourcing platforms and the gig economy have been around for a while. But are they accessible to all? Dr. Vivek Seshadri talks about how he’s addressing that with Project Karya in the latest episode of MSR India Podcast. Listen here: https://t.co/KfaLjvivp0
We map Twitter following behavior of Indian journalists for a sense of what the nation’s media has its ears on A first step towards mapping influence the media landscape on Twitter. Thread with results Details on the data, methodology here: https://t.co/KGy6AETsJa https://t.co/XIReWInlnJ
Greatful to work on this research article. The process have been insightful in understanding the political Twitter behaviour. Here we have mapped the most followed Indian journalist among others, based on twitter engagement and popularity among politicians. https://t.co/doaiO7TZJW
'is Amazon Prime, surely one of the pinnacles of human centred design, really a service operating in the best interest of their customers? There is no convenience on a dead planet'. From Human centred design considered harmful – Jussi Pasanen https://t.co/ooPlhWs7a6
‘By focusing only on humans, we frame out the rest of the living planet. Mountains, rivers, oceans, rivers, wildlife and other animals. The geosphere become irrelevant. If their destruction is required to improve the human experience, so be it.’ https://t.co/27GU9W9uaZ
#AcademicTwitter Can anybody suggests podcast or easy to understand articles/journals on theory of Critical Political Economy of media and communication?
India's ruling party used AI-generated Deepfakes videos for online election campaigning targeting 15 million people via 5800 WhatsApp groups; BJP Party candidate is seen saying things he never said, in a language he doesn't know. It's impossible to tell! https://t.co/eEG8ST0lGB
Only the young! https://t.co/nLJsX2cVEG