your selfies actually make you (post)human
In 'Faceworld,' theoretician Marion Zilio shows how selfies allow us access to previously hidden parts of ourselves
Micha Barban Dangerfield
we're addicted to notifications, likes and follower counts. so what now?
Withholding notifications and then releasing them en masse is just one sinister tactic employed by social media platforms to increase our addiction. Do we need to take heed of Kanye's advice and eradicate follower numbers and likes altogether?
'assassination nation' is the first true horror film of the twitter age
The internet has not only emboldened the voiceless — women, queer youth, and people of color — but also the vitriolic conservatives reflecting the very worst elements of the patriarchy.
the first piece of riccardo tisci-designed burberry is here
Don’t sleep, the Burberry monogram logo Tisc-shirt is on-sale for 24 hours only.
selena gomez doesn’t like instagram either
The artist discusses wine, but omits Woody Allen.
hello kitty is a youtube vlogger now
The world’s next cgi influencer?
the australian government has banned influencers from its campaigns
Following criticism of $600,000 spent on the #GirlsMakeYourMove campaign, action has been taken.
what does changing social media use reveal about the shifting anxieties of gen z?
Does migration to self-deleting media and trigger-happy liking mean that Gen Z are less anxious than millennials?
more people than ever are ditching their iphones for burners
R.I.P. the smartphone?
missguided was made for instagram
The aggressive fast-fashion brand might make you look like a celebrity in the virtual world, but it doesn't make you feel like one in reality.
are people getting plastic surgery to look like instagram filters?
Doctors say maybe, minus the puppy ears.
even instagram knows it's bad for your mental health
Instagram and Facebook are rolling out tracking tools to tell you how much time you've wasted online.
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