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Metro US: A ‘book to curl up with this fall’

Tell Everyone is one of six books recommended by Metro US in its round-up of reads for the fall. The article says that “whether you’re feeling contemplative or angsty, we got the perfect autumn read for every scenario.” Tell Everyone is among the six books...

Communications@Syracuse: “Chock-full of important takeaways”

‘A a lightning fast read still chock-full of important takeaways,” is how Jenna Dutcher at the world-renowned Newhouse School at Syracuse University describes Tell Everyone. In her review for the Communications@Syracuse blog, Dutcher notes that Tell...

Digital Journalism: “An easy read with lots of takeaways”

“An easy read with lots of takeaways,” writes journalism professor Ulrika Hedman in her review of Tell Everyone for the journal, Digital Journalism. In the review for the scholarly journal, Hedman explains that “Tell Everyone is written as a work of...

New Canadian Media: “A comfortable read”

Tell Everyone is “a comfortable read” and “meticulously researched”, writes NewCanadianMedia.ca, Canada’s leading website dedicated to news and views about the one-fifth of Canadians who are immigrants. In its review, the site recommends...

Toronto Star: ‘Thoughtful and often amusing’

Tell Everyone is a “thoughtful and often amusing social history of social media,” says the Toronto Star in its review of five books about online culture. The Star praises for book for showing “how the abundance of information available today affects...