Whether they share their joys or their struggles, parents just can’t win on social media.
If the platform dies, how will people find quick justice?
Older influencers who share laundry hacks and old family recipes are helping Gen Z get through the holidays.
#PigeonTok is rebranding the unloved birds as pets, not pests.
The Oxford Word of the Year tells a concise story about how many of us are doing these days.
He doesn’t actually want transparency on the social-media platform.
You have a right to free speech as long as you are saying what conservatives want you to say.
What I learned while binge-watching social media’s hottest melodrama
As Instagram and Facebook fade from relevance, the connections between friends are fading online too.
When people come face-to-face with what others believe, they may not like it.
Partiful is one of many products adopting the trendy aesthetic, calling itself “facebook events for hot people.”
The app’s original purpose has been lost in the era of “performance” media.
The disgraced crypto titan has nothing left to say. That isn’t stopping him.
As Twitter crumbles, Tumblr is welcoming back the internet’s weirdos.
Although a full collapse is unlikely, a different kind of death is possible.
We all need a lesson in close reading and a dose of skepticism—especially online.
As Twitter descends into chaos and Meta sheds thousands of jobs, online sharing may be going the way of MySpace.
It never should have begun.
Even the most advanced automated systems can’t catch every bit of extreme content.
The internet’s file format has been diagnosed as “cringe,” but there are other threats to its existence.