My daily Twitter scrolls are becoming a minefield. I mentally brace myself every time I log on, because in any given five-minute scroll, I'll pick up a mix of useful information from my local government and the CDC; some funny and much-needed self-isolation memes and TikToks; and a whole lot of other information that, even if it's useful, even if it's true, only heightens my state of constant anxiety. This is pretty much how it goes on the internet during times of crisis. Social media can be a tool for disseminating information and staying connected with loved ones or a mouthpiece for misleading rumors and a trigger for panic and fear. Right now, it's all of the above.