Currently Montréal - le 18 janvier 2023
La météo, actuellement.
Ce soir: nuageux avec quelques flocons. Risque de pluie verglaçante au cours de la nuit.
🌡 Minimum -5°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien -9°C
Mercredi: faible neige intermittente en avant-midi, puis généralement nuageux en après-midi.
🌡 Maximum 1°C 🥶 Refroidissement éolien matinal de -9°C
Mercredi soir: dégagement.
🌡 Minimum -8°C
Nous aurons 9:10 (+2 minutes) de lumière du jour demain.
The weather, currently.
Tonight: cloudy with a few snowflakes. Risk of freezing rain during the night.
🌡 Low -5°C 🥶 Wind chill of -9°C
Wednesday: light snow in the morning, then mostly cloudy in the afternoon.
🌡 High 1°C 🥶 Morning wind chill of -9°C
Wednesday evening: clearing.
🌡 Low -8°C
We will have 9:10 (+2 minutes) of daylight tomorrow.
What you need to know, currently.
Currently and Project Mushroom’s founder, Eric Holthaus, wrote a powerful essay for Nieman Lab about his predictions for journalism in 2023 and the ways in which marginalized voices have come together and gained more power amid Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover.“
My prediction is that in 2023, social media will fragment — spurred by Twitter’s ongoing collapse as a left-leaning organizing space — and the social media platforms that emerge will accelerate the rise of the political power of marginalized people in U.S. politics.
I founded Project Mushroom to amplify the voices of marginalized people to achieve climate justice — and our work was just made about 100x easier because of Twitter’s ongoing collapse.
In just four weeks, starting from scratch, Project Mushroom was able to assemble a waitlist of more than 30,000 people, fully fund a $200,000 Kickstarter, and land tens of thousands of dollars in advertising deals from organizations perfectly aligned with our audience — people working for climate justice and willing to partner to make it happen. We were able to charge advertising rates at 3x the national average because of that alignment.
In short, Elon Musk just created a new era of social media: Niche verticals of like-minded people that can charge premium advertising rates and accelerate the interests of their communities.”
Read the full Nieman Lab piece here!