With any new administration, citizens often tend to closely look into how their voices remain to be heard. In 2017, this is no different. We have seen a president take to Twitter for several announcements, major marches with signs depicting peoples’ true feelings, and a look into what exactly “alternative facts” truly means.
For the most part, having a “media rich” administration is easier said than done. This would include many face-to-face interactions that can be very time consuming. However, I do have some advice for our new administration in order to have a higher information richness medium.
I would suggest for President Trump to tweet less, which tends to hold lower information rich information – especially with the 140 character limit – and if anything, publish more videos to the web. At least in that case what he is saying is not limited to a character count and we are getting his true self.
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) February 8, 2017
Another suggestion to stray from a low information-rich administration; host public forums where someone from the administration – maybe even an intern – every so often will listen to the public voice their concerns so they can get a start to being worked on.
But ultimately, my biggest piece of advice: for the president to at least allow someone to review a tweet before he sends it out. Maybe if they work on all of these, our world will continue on the path to becoming that much more information rich.
The Art Of The Trump Tweet:
1. First sentence is his problem
2. Second sentence is a false fact
3. One word followed by an exclamation point
— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) 8 февруари 2017 г.