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About the Author
Rex Sorgatz is a writer, designer, and technologist based in New York City. His previous incarnations include being the editor of a paranormal magazine, an early blogger, a contributing editor at Wired, an executive producer at msnbc.com, the founder of several startups, and part of a team awarded a Pulitzer Prize. His digital media consulting agency has worked with SNL, BuzzFeed, The Week, IFC, NBC, MLS, Mediaite, Newsweek, Rookie Mag, and more. His reflections on the intersection of media, technology, and culture have appeared around the internet, including New York and Backchannel.
“Occasional salty language and pop-culture references make this compendium of 300 short entries a delightful mix of high- and lowbrow.”
“In an era of “alternative facts,” Rex Sorgatz’s The Encyclopedia of Misinformation helps put things in perspective.”
— Fast Company
"Rex Sorgatz explains it all."
— Vanity Fair
"A practical guide to the nightmare mediascape in which we find ourselves."