Michael A. Stusser shares his misleading digital profile. Or does he? #DigitalMadness
Notice: Trying to get property 'name' of non-object in /home/s1/html/wp-content/themes/goodmenproject2016/inc/genesis-changes.php on line 230
Although Rev. Evan Dolive loves social media on the whole, he has come to realize that—especially when it comes to children—less is more.
What would Ernest Hemingway have tweeted?
Collin Slattery is taking a break from Facebook and Twitter. Could you survive a month-long fast from social media?
Julie Gillis thinks political theater ought to be much more fun than striking against sex.
Fab was exactly what the online gay community needed—a gay social network that was about hope, not hook-ups. But in April, Fab ditched the social networking and the gayness, becoming a Groupon-style site for design enthusiasts.
Do you know someone who might be addicted to social media? Here’s a cautionary tale, in the form of an after-school special.
Memolane aggregates our bleeps and boops and transforms them into an interactive story.
Technology is a fickle bitch. Memes come and go; they’re like temporary tattoos. Everyone thought netbooks would be the next big thing, a revolution in personal computing … and then came the iPad, netbook sales plummeted, and manufacturers’ focus shifted towards tablets (some of which have already failed big-time). The latest digital bits blitzkrieg centers…