The Fake Washington Post Wasn’t Fake News
Can You Eat a Flamingo? And Why Do So Many People Apparently Want to Know?
The Absurd, Unsubtle Joy of the “Subtle Asian Dating” Facebook Group
In Fact, the Short-Lived Horizontal Instagram Was Good
Facebook Plied Me With Hot Chocolate and Platitudes at Its One-Day “Holiday Privacy Store”
If I Boycott Amazon, Does That Mean I Can’t Watch Its Original Series?
The App That Tells You Your Friends’ Voting History Is Kind of Creepy and Really Dysfunctional
The Many Right-Wing Memes Covering the Suspected Mail Bomber’s Van
Gmail Wants to Write All My Emails for Me, and Frankly, I’m Thrilled
The New Way to Get People to Register to Vote Is to Trick Them Into It With Celebrity Gossip
Keeping Your Wedding Guests Off Social Media Is Basically Hopeless. Just Ask Princess Eugenie.
Would You Pay a Random Website 99 Cents to Find Out Who Else Paid It 99 Cents?
Snapchat Makes Television Now. It’s Vertical, Highly Produced, and Very Superfluous.
Kanye West Just Showed the Whole World His iPhone Passcode
Why Twitter’s #HimToo Mother-and-Son Saga Was a Satisfying Social Media Moment
Why Bagel Snobs Shouldn’t Kvetch About the New Bagel Emoji
Cats Really Hated the Presidential-Alert System Test
The “Female Blackout” Was Not Effective Social Media Activism. It Was a Chain Letter.
GoFundMe Donations Skyrocket During Christine Blasey Ford’s Testimony Before the Senate
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