Is The Agony Of Twitter Worth It For Young Journalists?
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Is The Agony Of Twitter Worth It For Young Journalists?
It can be a valuable, even necessary, tool. It can also, of course, be an anxiety-inducing hellsite.

Twitter makes Emily Klatt nervous.

“There are periods of time where I would wake up in the middle of the night and check Twitter and start to feel the symptoms of what I know very, very well as [of] late as an anxiety attack,” says Klatt, the former editor of The Sheaf newspaper at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon.

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