Daisy Schofield

Opinion

The internet is finally turning on celebrity 'climate criminals'

While we drive less and use paper straws, the rich and famous dump tonnes of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere without consequence.
Daisy Schofield
7.26.22
Opinion

The shady history of anonymous Q&A apps

As Instagram Stories floods with 'ask me anythings', we look back at the bullying and death threats that have plagued these apps historic
Daisy Schofield
7.22.22
Opinion

The internet's housewife obsession isn't anti-capitalist, it's anti-feminist

Somehow, reimagining our lives without the drudgery of work has led us towards a dangerous nostalgia for the submission of the nuclear family.
Daisy Schofield
6.7.22
Opinion

What the internet's obsession with Amber Heard's body language says

Self-professed online experts are convinced physical movement justifies total villainisation.
Daisy Schofield
5.24.22
Culture

Young Ukranians on using TikTok to show the reality of war

From hiding out in bunkers to travelling across Europe as refugees, the app has become a daily chronicle of ever-changing horror.
Daisy Schofield
4.21.22
Culture

The rise of 'compassion fatigue'

“Flooded with images of the sort that once used to shock and arouse indignation, we are losing our capacity to react."
Daisy Schofield
3.30.22
Opinion

We're obsessed with Type A and B personality categorisation

The Myers-Briggs industrial complex has us in a chokehold.
Daisy Schofield
2.23.22
Opinion

How capitalism is destroying your friendships

A post-pandemic focus on hyper-individualism means our social circles are smaller than ever.
Daisy Schofield
2.2.22
Opinion

How to handle trauma dumping

We’re all entitled to share our feelings. But how can we ensure we’re not negatively impacting the mental health of others in the process?
Daisy Schofield
1.11.22
Culture

Meet the controversial TikTok creators from Ireland's first hype house

"Once you do something like this here, it’s like we have the whole country’s attention."
Daisy Schofield
9.16.20
Culture

Randonauting: The random coordinates app leading TikTok users to dead bodies

Since launching at the beginning of the pandemic, app Randonautica has exploded in socially distant popularity, but has led enthusiasts to discover some pretty gruesome things.
Daisy Schofield
7.1.20
Culture

Sex workers are thriving on Animal Crossing

Unable to connect IRL thanks to lockdown, BDSM and kink enthusiasts are finding other ways to restore their community in Tom Nook's backyard.
Daisy Schofield
6.15.20
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