Today is the day to get ready for the media-driven apocalypse.
But what can you do to prepare?
Here are seven tips to help keep your news feeds filled with real news and keep you sane in the wake of the coming apocalypse.
Don’t be a hero The news cycle is now over, but it won’t be the last.
If you’ve been following the events of the past few days, you’ll be well aware that the media has made headlines again.
It’s a moment to be thankful for the opportunity to breathe life back into a dying and dying system.
But it’s also a moment for reflection.
Don a mask and protect your dignity.
Do what you can to help with your news and information needs.
While the news cycle can sometimes get repetitive and monotonous, it can be a useful tool for getting yourself and your community prepared for the coming media apocalypse.
The first step is to find ways to make your newsfeed more interesting, relevant and engaging.
Use hashtags to help connect with your community and share your content, and use your platform to make connections between your news sources and your audience.
Consider how you can help keep the news relevant and up-to-date.
If the news is a daily occurrence, you might be able to keep the headlines relevant for the duration of the apocalypse.
This is especially true for people who are often the most active in the news, but you should still consider how you might keep up with the news and content in your feed.
Consider the role that you play in the ecosystem of news sources.
Some of the most popular news sources will be at the center of the news cycles and will often be the ones that are most likely to be affected by the news.
You can make it a point to use those sources when you can, to share their content, to build relationships with the journalists who publish the news you choose, and to engage with those who write about it. 5.
While some people might be better off relying on their networks to help them stay informed, others will likely rely on social media as their primary source of news.
Here are a few ways to keep your feeds informed: Follow your local newsroom.
Many media organizations will offer updates and updates on the status of the crisis and its impact on their communities.
This will help you stay up- to-date on the crisis in real time.
If a local news outlet doesn’t have the updates, or if they don’t have enough staff, you can check with them on their social media pages or subscribe to their newsletters to stay up to date on their coverage.
Use social media to stay connected with the people who care about you.
You don’t need to follow every single headline on every single news outlet to be able the kind of connections you seek.
The people you care about and care about the most can be the people you should connect with on a daily basis.
Create an online community of your own.
There are a lot of ways to do this.
Some people have created forums to connect with others who share the same interests and concerns as they do.
Others have created online communities where people can find each other and build connections.
These can be useful tools for people to find others who have similar interests or issues to them, or to share news with each other.