To feed their addiction, outrage addicts have embraced the following idiotic syllogism: ‘I am mad at people who say X. I am mad at you. Therefore you said X.’
The growth of livestreaming and vlogging illustrates the potent power of digital trends. But we don’t know whether such trends are a fad, or our new normal.
Rob Kardashian and Angela Renée White have managed to perfectly demonstrate the absolute worst aspects of fame and social media with their recent breakup.
What else are we exchanging, besides money, for these so-called smartphones and total, unfettered access to the virtual world of the Internet?
We proudly assumed our culture would be best at living in the new digital, image-based world we created. Were we wrong?
We all grapple with life being short, repetitive, hard, and lonely. I was struck that these short, repetitive video GIFS, in isolation seemingly shallow, became heartfelt and imbued with real human connection in my life.
Being a parent is exhausting enough. I don’t need the thought and speech police on top of it. Yet here they are, in my babywearing groups on Facebook.
Facebook has taken one step closer to its grand vision of a shining newsfeed on a hill, announcing a self-contained Facebook community for rich tech people in Menlo Park.
CNN made one big mistake in covering this story: not revealing the name of that Internet troll, who has no right to anonymity and shouldn’t expect it.
Play into President Trump’s war against CNN, even as a private citizen, and you may have an international news organization devote itself to destroying your life.
Facebook reflects a diseased society that has failed to share its faith with the next generation, and has succumbed instead to moralistic therapeutic deism.
Could Britt McHenry’s ESPN layoff have come because of her politics? Maybe. Was it maybe a purely financial decision? Possibly.
Zuckerberg would enter such a contest with the greatest knowledge of the electorate and analytics of any candidate.
Transgender activist Zoey Tur publicly raked his daughter over the coals after the Sunday New York Times ran a profile of NBC journalist Katy Tur in anticipation of her new book.
The temptation to remove fundamental liberties from an unpopular minority is exactly why the Constitution protects such liberties from the legislature’s whim.
One of the London Bridge attackers was allegedly an avid follower of a radical Salafist Islamic preacher, Ahmad Musa Jibril, who lives in Dearborn, Michigan.
By pushing so hard against half of the country, tech companies may have shown an Achilles heel, allowing freedom-centric competitors to get their feet in the door.
Many people think Trump’s a bad president, and a dangerous one when he tweets. Yet, ironically, they can’t manage to look away.
The First Amendment protects one’s right to say or do something. It doesn’t protect someone from any consequences that may take place in the private sphere.
Before President Trump’s infamous ‘covfefe’ typo was deleted six hours after it was posted, it became one of the most popular ever, with 62,000 likes and 127,000 retweets.
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