The latest anti-vaccine conspiracy theory is taking off easily on platforms that have no interest in shutting it down.
For several years, social-media users have expressed anxiety about algorithmic suppression. Now they’re getting some unexpected clarity.
If the platform dies, how will people find quick justice?
The thrilling conclusion to Lizzie and Kaitlyn’s three-part wine tour in Santa Barbara
Visiting the vineyards that they go to in Sideways—but without the drunk-driving part
The owner of Twitter and some of its most avid users are at war over the platform.
Famous People heads to Central California for a wine-tour whirlwind.
Fake puppies that could move and bark and dance were all the rage in the early 2000s. How is it possible that we live in a society that could fall out of love with such a thing?
Almost 20 years ago, Helen Fisher helped revolutionize dating. She has no regrets.
Partiful is one of many products adopting the trendy aesthetic, calling itself “facebook events for hot people.”
Now that Elon Musk is welcoming Donald Trump back to Twitter, some liberals feel they can’t leave the platform behind.
As Twitter crumbles, Tumblr is welcoming back the internet’s weirdos.
Kaitlyn and Lizzie host the most exclusive newsletter event of the season.
The way everyone talks about Gen Z is weird.
The right wing’s funniest grievance against Google and its ridiculous result
Twitter would have to become functionally worse, and something else would have to be obviously better.
An album-cover-themed costume party in Kaitlyn’s backyard
The most serious of the “alt-tech” social-media platforms appealing to right-wing “anti-censorship” voices often slides under the radar.
We’re more predictable than we thought.
Kaitlyn and Lizzie continue an annual tradition upstate.