Losing our brains with disruptive technologies (XXXI): Coronavirus – Sources of Information that I utilize.
Have a beautiful day.
As I promised last Monday, I would like to share the list of information sources that I have visited online to be well informed about the Covid19 or Coronavirus. I read all of them before publishing about the Coronavirus (all my publications starting from the 20th of March up to the 30th of March included). I avoid relying on social media news unless there is a link with the sources that I supplement today. I also verify first if the social media posts that I read (tweets, FB posts, Instagram publications) are appearing at trustworthy official information website news initially.
As a corporate strategy artist, I kindly demand to get prime and non-biased information news. If the news is fake or false or fraudulent, all my analysis will be wrong. Original facts news is crucial for my work. Sometimes other experts’ opinions help me to find a full background or contextual views, and I always try to cross-check with other specialists of opinions or top consulting houses reports. I try to be the most professional I could, even without any sources of income at all. I adore my work and I will always be sharing my opinions with love. If I make mistakes (everyone makes them), I try to correct them and state the error as soon as I can.
Excellent journalism is treasured by my professional “brain”. For all of those who are doing their beautiful journalist job with so much delicacy and attention, even devoting their lives to provide the most accountable notices and knowledge, I wish to say thanks with all my heart. Lovely and excellent journalists are always filtering the real from the fake, delivering the facts to our inbox daily. They are also heroes in our quest to be well tutored about what is happening. I can´t make a complex analysis without the help of all the subsequent serious journalism sources, on-line magazines, university reviews, and neutral or balanced think tanks that I share as follows. If I miss some of them today, I beg your pardon. I always try to include all my sources of information in my bibliographies section whenever I write something.
Here we go:
Coronavirus Map Tracking:
Neutral News, Journals and e-magazines from research centers or universities with substance about Coronavirus (non-biased or with a minimal degree of bias or with some balance of biases)
Think tanks: A list of the most objective and reliable think tanks are provided at this report
Other Sources of information that I have used to write to get informed about the pandemic:
Five questions on how coronavirus will impact the global supply chain
See you again before the end of the week. Stay safe at home. Take care of yourself very much. Much love from El Salvador.
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