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50% of Twitter users are using the social network via mobile.
Although a small but high-profile cadre of candidates like @SenSanders and @SenWarren rely on online small-dollar fund-raising, experts expect moneyed interests and megadonors to shatter spending records in the 2020 cycle, writes @talmonsmith.
"Our digital century shifts society’s coordinates from a division of labor to a division of learning, and it follows that the struggle over access to knowledge will shape the politics of our time." @ShoshanaZuboff on a new inequality.
"We thought that we search Google, but now we understand that Google searches us. We assumed that we use social media to connect, but we learned that connection is how social media uses us." @ShoshanaZuboff on surveillance capitalism.
Trump’s Republican supporters say that lawmakers shouldn’t speak for voters on impeachment. Nice try, writes @FrankBruni. Lawmakers are elected specifically to speak for voters on crucial issues. That’s the system. That’s their job.