Exclamation Points Are Out of Control, and the Only Solution Is Full Exclamation Point Amnesty
The Instagram Book Exchange Sounds Scammy, but Users Are Actually Mailing Each Other Books
There’s a Fun New Game to Play When a Famous Person Sends a Nonsense Tweet
Twitter’s New Developer Rules Might End One of Its Most Enjoyable Parts
Those “Dear Ivanka” Posts on Instagram Probably Won’t Do Much. They’re Still the Public Shaming She Deserves.
Actually, We Don’t Really Need a White-Wine Emoji
Sure, We Could All Delete Our Old Tweets. Or Twitter Could Do It for Us.
How to Track the Wildfires Raging Across the Western U.S. Online
How to Retrieve Your Contacts if You Lose Your Phone During an Emergency
How to Fairly Divide Your Digital Accounts After a Breakup
Does Grimes’ Newly Aggressive Twitter Style Seem Familiar to Anyone Else?
It’s Been 24 Hours, and Taylor Swift Hasn’t Instagrammed About Karlie Kloss’ Engagement
Maybe Fitness Tracking Shouldn’t Be Social After All
It Is Maybe Amazing That Michael Avenatti Is Texting With Someone Named “Maybe: Brent”
Please Let the Aerial Tramway Emoji Toil in Obscurity
The Latest Thing to Worry About on Instagram Isn’t Your Photos or Your Followers. It’s Your Caption.
Credit Card Signatures Were Supposed to End. I’m Kind of Glad They Haven’t.
Congress Live-Streamed Its Hearing on Social-Media Moderation, and the Comments Were Flooded With Racist Trolls
At the Emoji Spelling Bee, Shruggies Are Not Good Enough
Donald Trump Lost 340,000 Followers After Twitter Purged a Bunch of Suspicious Accounts