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At this point, Twitter should change its name to Troller.

If you ask pro-Gamergaters what gamergate is about, they'll tell you "ethics in journalism". In fact that phrase became a meme, it was repeated so often. If you ask most journalists what gamergate is about, they'll tell you it's slut-shaming Zoe Quinn and harassing Brianna Wu, and Anita Sarkeesian, and a major movement to exclude all women from gaming.

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Whitehouse Post Promotes Brandon Porter to Editor

Whitehouse Post continues their tradition of growing the best editorial talent in the industry with the promotion of LA-based Brandon Porter to Editor. Born in Memphis, Porter zeroed in on an editorial career in high school and attended SCAD where he majored in film and photography. Upon graduation, Porter worked for Lab 601 in Atlanta then moved to Beast in LA before joining Whitehouse Post in 2010.

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Adland reports from the Big Bus Challenge

Busses. They’re big, they’re red, they stick in your head. Adland reports from Exterion Media’s Big Bus Challenge in London. All aboard!

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Can #Gamergate be rebranded? Should it be? Interview with Nick Robalik

It's difficult to keep up with gamergate, but the David Pakman show works hard at it. Pakman has interviewed John Bain (pro Gamergate), who says he was offered free swag for good reviews, as well as Arthur Chu (anti Gamergate) who defends tactics such as doxxing.

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eightytwenty uses Tinder to highlight sex trafficking

The Immigrant Council and Dublin based digital/experiential agency eightytwenty used Tinder to create awareness for the Immigrant Council of Ireland about sex trafficking and prostitution.

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Robots could be spitting in your food any day. Or not.

So this might be a pet issue, but since I have the soapbox, why not use it, right? There’s a lot of talk lately about how a $15 minimum wage will have us all eating robotically served fast food, and how that’s a prelude to the larger trend of robots everywhere, doing everything.

This might sound trite, but the minimum wage isn’t the larger issue here.

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M&C Saatchi launches Like4Lives

Could sharing a photo save the koalas? M&C Saatchi decided to find out. The fact is, koalas are endangered. They get way more likes on social media than donations. But that's going to change thanks to The Australian Koala Foundation’s new social media initiative, Like for Lives, urges people to post a picture of a koala on Instagram or Facebook together with the promise: For every like this picture gets, I will donate 50 cents to savethekoala.com
Visit to join the campaign.

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Burger King wants you to fight to skip the line.

After a fifteen years absence, Burger King is returning to France but with very few restaurants, people are complaining on social media about the wait time. So Burger King and Buzzman have created a mobile game with one intention: to help you skip the line. Download the app, defend your menu against a swarm of hands, and win the fast pass.

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