The average person spends four years of his or her life looking down at a cellphone. Prince Ea tells us why we must refuse to let technology control us.
I have been seeing a relationship trend on Twitter that is shared by many young men in their teens and twenties.
It is important that we fall in love with the story we are crafting instead of constantly consuming the life of others.
Modern break-ups appear to be a lot more complicated than those of past generations. As if real life weren’t hard enough, nowadays we also have to add a digital breakup.
How we interact with each other can often times be viewed in patterns. Social media is letting us completely redefine what it means to experience these trends.
Leo Babauta explains why the act of “unfriending” can actually help your relationships, not hurt them.
The voice of many drowns out the suffering of a few on social media. But these platforms must do more to reduce cyberbullying.
Joanna Schroeder challenges a viral video’s assertion that Facebook is basically a haven for lies and narcissism intended to make people’s lives look perfect.