Maureen Dowd of the NY Times is a favorite of mine.
Here she writes, eloquently, about the deluge of information and chatter, some of it not accurate, and how many of us have been taken in, reluctantantly, by the fog of social media.
With the Boston Marathon bombings and its subsequent aftermath in our rear view mirror, Dowd provides a glimpse into the modern-day reality of communications and its conduits. It is a bit of a reality check. I thought it was a magnificent piece and wanted to share it and see what you think.
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