What I want to say has to fit on a cell phone screen.

"International communication" was on the curriculum today. On which channel do I have to send what and how if I want to be heard?

Very interesting on this subject: The "Digital News Report 2020" by the Reuters Institute. 80,000 online news users from 40 countries were surveyed about how they consume news, how they pass it on and who they trust.

Two results in brief: In Europe, North and South America, and Asia, the smartphone (in the countries surveyed) now tops the list of channels to which I tailor my news.

And, 40 percent of all respondents worldwide are concerned about misinformation from... well, guess what? - Politicians.

Go here for the study www.digitalnewsreport.org

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