Life is but a meme.
Super bummer songs: a way to externalize how shitty you feel without having to use your words!
truly feel blessed that / i’m hard to find on facebook / shout out to my name
curious to know
how many other people
fav’d their gyno’s tweet
Twitter released its new algorithm, which means it’s the perfect time for you to take back control of what you see in your feed.
Something funny is happening at facebook, excellent tips on how to make your white workplace less white, Conde Nast buys Pitchfork, Playboy quits nudes, native advertising headaches and a lot of interesting stuff in this week’s Business of Art fix!
Where do you draw the line when it comes to unfollowing someone on Twitter or Facebook?
Chasing the UK’s once-promising lesbian pop star around the the place she’s least likely to be found: the internet.
Getting an apology feels like winning, but did Facebook really say the magic words or just massage the truth in the same way that lousy ex of yours did?
Spurred by a problematic “real name” policy queers flock to fledgling social media platform Ello. But is it really the online utopia we’ve been waiting for?
Facebook has released an update that allows users to move beyond binary pronouns and the male/female gender options they’ve had since the social network launched a decade ago. Here’s how to change your settings.
Bitch Media wants to hear from you regarding your thoughts on their continued awesomeness.
“Power and privilege is about who gets to speak and who is listened to.”
Technology theorists raise questions about who should be paying whom.
These 17 things will make you well more than 17% saner if you download them. I’d venture to say 170%!
Do you spend way too much time on this website? Here’s how you can keep on doing that, but call it “work.”
Facebook’s Big New Thing and why you’re going to totally love it or want to kill it with fire.
“HULK’S LITERARY LIFE-PARTNER SAYS HELLO TO INTERNETS”
Two totally sweet ways to let an endless, all-you-can-stream cascade of music wash over you at all times.
How Facebook’s approach to online identity is inherently flawed, especially if you like to queer things up.