Let me make one distinction first: saving time is different from capturing time. By capturing time, I’m talking about preserving the moments that seem to escape us. Harnessing today’s technology, which is, incidentally, begging us to use it, is one surefire way to bottle up some time. Smartphone apps, for example, have been a way…
A father’s Facebook photo moves Mike Berry to tears.
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That time two guys called each other names because they were actually saying the same thing.
We have a cultural problem of violence and entitlement.
Parents used to have a cocoon that they’d emerge from after the postpartum seasons—not anymore, thanks to the Old Facebook.
Faith Joseph Ekakitie was immersed in Pokémon. When he looked up, the police officer’s guns were drawn.
“Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray, that this mighty scourge of Obama and Hillary may speedily pass away.”
We have to let go of relationships that don’t serve us—or the other.
A real, raw look at motherhood in those first days.
Here’s how Social Media Day is celebrated in New York City
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“I always wondered what kinds of assumptions she had.” Did she know my absence wasn’t my choice?
It is National Social Media Day. Here is what that means to the United Nations.
Today is the 5th Annual Social Media Day!
Technology can also have a toxic effect on intimate relationships, one of which is Facebook’s potential to exacerbate romantic insecurity.