social media abuse
Some people are annoying online. Whether they’re filling your Twitter feed with obvious ploys to get new followers, or over-sharing on Facebook, some people just need to chill out.
Don't you think those #365feministselfie pics deserve better than the grainy output of a 1.3 megapixel sensor? I think they do.
When I found out I was paying $200 to look at Buzzfeed quizzes and have no one call me, I canceled our cell phone plan.
I felt precisely the same way I did before I downloaded a bunch of apps that judge your face and rate your physical beauty.
In the wake of the overwhelmed Internet have come a new class of apps—apps to keep us from connecting.
Scientists announced the first direct evidence to support the Big Bang. This is a very big deal. Nobel Prize worthy.
I don’t CARE if it was raining the evening of your first date with Rick to Momofuku.
A new Twitter game allows you to send erotic, anonymous messages to strangers, and the results are weirdly touching.
That anonymous comment? You know it’s coming from a friend. You just don’t know which friend.
If anyone mentions Kate Upton I will scream.