Ta-Nehisi Coates, Amy Davidson, and Rose Eveleth

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Ta-Nehisi Coates

This is a very well done blog.  I believe Coates has a very relatabl style of writing that targets a younger, democratic viewer.  This is the perfect blog for millennials who want to keep up with current events from the viewpoint of someone who understands the struggles of the current generation.  I believe this is a blog I could reference in the future.  As a titleholder, I am often asked a lot of current event questions during interviews.  This blog is an easy way to keep up with these events and more accurately form educated opinions.

Amy Davidson

This is an extensive blog.  There are so many different sections to read through.  I really love the humor and cartoon sections.  It is something unique that the other blogs do not have. She uses these sections as a different medium to reach her audience while focusing on current events.  The humor section focuses on things like Donald Trump’s tweets while her news section focuses on his actions in the Oval Office.  With so many different mediums being used, I believe this blog is the most effective of the three.

Rose Eveleth

This was my least favorite blog.  This is purely an opinion blog on different topics.  Most of these topics are random and have nothing to do with current events like the other blogs.  I believe this is what most people think of when they hear the word blog.  The other two were more like news sites.  Overall, it’s a nice blog with a great layout.  I just do not relate very much with the content and her opinions. I do like the quote at the top of the homepage.


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