Those “Dear Ivanka” Posts on Instagram Probably Won’t Do Much. They’re Still the Public Shaming She Deserves.
What if Tweets Had an Expiration Date?Old tweets are too easily weaponized. Maybe it’s time to accept that the medium is simply best observed in the present.
Maybe Fitness Tracking Shouldn’t Be Social After AllBetween security holes and user errors, activity-tracking apps seem to pose an inherent privacy threat.
I Still Want to Sign on the Dotted LineSure, credit card chips are more secure, but in our digital world, the chances to put pen to paper are increasingly rare.
Shruggies Are Not Good Enough in an Emoji Spelling BeeEven when you’re trying to translate “I really don’t care, do u?’
Far-Right Groups and Nazis Are Finally Being Forced to Stop Using Pepe the Frog as a Hate Symbol Online
Even Trump Can’t Take Away the Majesty of the Interior Department’s InstagramThe agency still posts images of national splendor as though nothing in our country has changed—and I’m fine with it.
Lara Trump’s Instagram Feed Is an Achievement in BlandnessShe highlights her commitment to her kid, her dogs, and her father-in-law without ever betraying a hint of personality.
The Instagram Book Exchange Only Sounds Like a ScamUsers are actually sending each other books—and reclaiming the ever-sketchy genre of chain letters.
It’s Been 24 Hours, and Taylor Swift Hasn’t Instagrammed About Karlie Kloss’ EngagementIs their friendship over?
Caption ThisFor a growing number of Instagrammers, the caption, not the photo, is the hardest part. An entire cottage industry is cropping up to provide support.
Congress Live-Streamed Its Hearing on Social-Media Moderation, and the Comments Were Flooded With Racist Trolls
Sean Spicer Is Still Not Over ItThe former press secretary is intent on reliving his 182 days in the White House.