Facebook’s new algorithm has the potential to badly affect us; here’s how you can help!
You laugh and cry and swoon and be bewildered that you can watch this show for free on social media.
This round we cover accidental likes, likes without following, the death of vine, and more!
Grandparents getting catfished, subtweeting, Brangelina memes and more!
Digital cleanses, penguins in backpacks, Denny’s tweets and more.
Life is but a meme.
Super bummer songs: a way to externalize how shitty you feel without having to use your words!
Where do you draw the line when it comes to unfollowing someone on Twitter or Facebook?
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.
More of our lives are lived digitally by the day, and it’s time to start thinking about what happens to all this when we die: do we want it to go to someone else, to be erased, or to remain indefinitely in the ether(net)?
Facebook has locked me out of my account for being a part of a peaceful, compliant, and legal protest in Washington, DC.
Technology theorists raise questions about who should be paying whom.
Facebook’s Big New Thing and why you’re going to totally love it or want to kill it with fire.
How Facebook’s approach to online identity is inherently flawed, especially if you like to queer things up.
When I hear the words “Civil Union” or “Domestic Partnership,” I think “inequality” and “separate but equal.”
Which gives you less social anxiety?
Sometimes you stalk people on Facebook, sometimes Facebook stalks you with targeted ads based on outdated stereotypes and doesn’t tell you.