It seems increasingly likely that our society will one day view our infatuation with Twitter, Facebook, and the like as a passing, often destructive fad. BY NICK BILTON any people imagine 19th-century antebellum America as a frontier fantasia: men with handlebar mustaches sitting in dusty saloons, kicking back moonshine whiskey, as a piano player picks […]
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Young people now spend hours a day on social media: so what happened when we asked seven teenagers to switch off? sixteen-year-old Henry Button is Skyping while bouncing up and down on a big pilates ball. “I sleep with my phone on my pillow. It’s the first thing I reach for when I wake up […]
When it comes to children’s development, parents should worry less about kids’ screen time—and more about their own. By ERIKA CHRISTAKIS smartphones have by now been implicated in so many crummy outcomes—car fatalities, sleep disturbances, empathy loss, relationship problems, failure to notice a clown on a unicycle—that it almost seems easier to list the things they don’t mess up […]
What millions of Google searches reveal about our national psyche. “Google is a digital truth serum,” Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, author of Everybody Lies, told me in a recent interview. “People tell Google things that they don’t tell to possibly anybody else, things they might not tell to family members, friends, anonymous surveys, or doctors.” Stephens-Davidowitz was working on […]
The modern world makes sure we know at all times just how much we’re missing out on; that something amazing is happening someplace else. we’re continually being bombarded with suggestions about what we might do (go jet skiing, study in Colorado, visit the Maldives or see the Pyramids). We’re always hearing of the amazing things […]
IT is now official. Scholars have analyzed the data and confirmed what we already knew in our hearts. Social media is making us miserable. We are all dimly aware that everybody else can’t possibly be as successful, rich, attractive, relaxed, intellectual and joyous as they appear to be on Facebook. Yet we can’t help comparing […]
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The IMLO event is a student Media Literacy competition hosted by International Media Literacy Club each year in different countries.
International Media Literacy Club is an NGO that conducts various activities in the field of media literacy in various countries, including:
- Media literacy student Olympiad
- Making television programs about teenagers and media literacy
- Holding art and media workshops in regional countries
- Holding international events in the field of media literacy