use puppetry in a sentence.
The current economic incentives for sock-puppetry were just too subtle?
Might be possible with shadow-puppetry...
For an example of modern day "puppetry" on Japanese TV.
It smells of sock-puppetry, but odd considering this is exactly the submission that would appeal to this audience.
Techcrunch is a "publication" I've always found questionable and wondered how much sock-puppetry was hiding under the covers.
In many parts of the English-speaking world, there is such a glut of teachers that a teaching degree doesn't give you a much bigger shot at a career than a puppetry degree.
A couple of years back, I remember arguing with the moderators at Stack Overflow who wanted to implement this to combat sock-puppetry: Back then, the proponents of that plan insisted the privacy concern was largely academic.
This doesn't seem like sock puppetry to me.
In the 1960s, Gerry Anderson's series Thunderbirds did more than just entertain a generation of kids with his trademark Supermarionation puppetry adventure - Gerry Anderson liked to think big, and he liked to think like a scientist and engineer.
But in reality the cool internet is bigger today than it ever was before, it's just obscured by all the spammy, sock-puppetry, pointless-celebrity-tweeting bullshit that you've come to expect.