Trolls on Twitter got you down? Tired of Mark Zuckerberg’s Real Name Policy? Looking for a social network not owned by a massive corporation? Mastodon may be your next haunt.
Take it from two experts.
This round we cover reply alls, netscape, deactivating, coffee pics and more!
When I saw the hashtag #DisabledAndCute gaining steam on Twitter last weekend, I felt an immediate tug of recognition. Disabled folks were here, owning our bodies and looks rather than trying to cover up, slink away, or downplay.
We learned a lot from Cher this year, specifically about how much she hates Donald Trump.
This round we cover unfriending, chatting with bots, wacky 404s, the #UNameItChallenge and more.
This round we cover accidental likes, likes without following, the death of vine, and more!
An homage to all the unique ways queer women have marked themselves and dog-whistled each other throughout the decades, the witch bitch switches and the techno hippie hyperdykes from the queer classifieds of the 80s, only this time it’ll be instant and without the anonymity.
Grandparents getting catfished, subtweeting, Brangelina memes and more!
Digital cleanses, penguins in backpacks, Denny’s tweets and more.
Featuring the raya app, Trivago dad, and Carrie Bradshaw hiding from an email.
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?