Even if Twitter’s new owner changes nothing about the site, it will still feel different.
Lizzie and Kaitlyn honor the holiday that celebrates weed, though only one of them enjoys herself at all.
The word once defined a category of behaviors. Now it expresses an emotion.
You may think you could be good at arm wrestling, but you would probably be really bad at arm wrestling.
Is everyone finally welcome in the crypto community—or is this just non-fungible tokenism?
Why is the app so focused on abusive “investigations,” and is there any way to make it stop?
The Russia-funded news network staffed by American journalists shut down this month. What was it even trying to do?
Republicans invited a lawyer from QAnon’s favorite nonprofit to weigh in on Ketanji Brown Jackson.
Old taxidermy and young writers at the Jane Hotel
The classic New York bar birthday party is back.
The world is viewing the Russian invasion of Ukraine with startling intimacy on social media. But how or whether this matters remains unclear.
What we’re doing when we make erratic posts about Ukraine
Since the beginning of the year, love bombing has been everywhere. What makes the term so appealing?
We were going to drink champagne on a boat, and nothing, including seasickness, was going to stop us.
Keeping track of all the garbage aired in audio can be a full-time job, and the stakes are getting higher.
Web3 is making some people very rich. It’s making other people very angry.
The soft, sad freaks on an unprofitable website claimed victory in the battle for the internet’s soul and defined the worldview of a generation.
At a watch party for the season premiere, we’re trying to feel the warmth of the sun through Lizzie’s TV.
Here’s what happened when we tried to re-create her Russian buffet.
Early cringe culture was about empathy and secondhand embarrassment. Today, being “cringe” is a serious infraction.