The series covers suicide, alcohol abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, driving while intoxicated, and more, giving parents easy jumping-off points for discussion with their teens.
The social media platform, in conjunction with the journalism-focused Poynter Institute, recently announced the Facebook for Journalists Certificate.
Steve Stephens offered a live murder account to unsuspecting Facebook viewers, achieving viral (and horrific) fame. And he’s not the first.
Facebook will be empowering mobs of trolls to stop so-called ‘fake news,’ or information they don’t like, from being shared on the social network.
Multi-level marketing is no longer the domain of the middle-aged mom. It’s your real estate agent, doctor, entertainment executive, and overachieving girlfriend who just had a baby.
Social media can accomplish great things. It can also be a sewer pit of self-absorption and thoughtless anger. Trump has to learn to tell the difference.
At the end of the day, like at the end of a meal, you shouldn’t feel empty. If so, it might be worth using the end of Lent to take back your leisure time.
Lacking either a natural or a legal bond to a fatherless child, ‘society’ leaves both the child and his mother with nothing but hearts on social media posts.
Join me, friends! We should all take our own little part in the Great Internet Revolt of 2017.
What I don’t understand is a post going around on Facebook this week: ‘With April 1 coming up, PLEASE do not pull the ‘pretending to be pregnant’ prank on Facebook.’
A viral Instagram hoax is once again making the rounds on social media in an obnoxious attempt to raise awareness of alcoholism. But what it really does it trivialize the problem.
Americans’ interest in literature has dropped to a three-decade low. The fact is, many don’t know what they are missing—and they don’t care.
With all of its problems, Facebook still has a lot going for it, and I for one am not willing to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
We all need support and help, especially in an age where mobility and technology often drive us apart. Here’s how you can build community where you live.
Older generations are not going to move to new technology so easily, so we need to figure out how to dial down the drama in our News Feeds so Facebook can be a happy place for all of us.
Instead of thinking we’re the Free French in World War II carrying out ‘the resistance,’ let’s act like the French in the eighteenth-century literary salons, sharing texts and discussing ideas.
The Federalist Radio Hour explores best practices for work productivity and increasing the value of technological tools in our lives.
Since Trump’s election, our Facebook and Twitter feeds have become fountains of anger. Silicon Valley needs to wake up to human nature.
Pornography and social media are disincentivizing young people from pursuing real romantic relationships. That spells trouble for them and us all.
Civil, meaningful discourse isn’t going to happen on Facebook or Twitter. It happens when we set the vitriol aside and break bread together.
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