Why We Mourn More For Brussels Than Ankara
By Carl Miller On 3/24/16 at 8:22 AM
Big events—football matches, train crashes and of course extremist attacks—all now have a digital aftermath. Their wake is filled with a hissing, humming cloud of digital reaction as people jump onto social media to report from the scene, share footage and images, discuss how they should react, offer and call for help, condemn those they think blameworthy and support others. Needless to say, this is all wrapped up in a heaving mass of tweets and posts.
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