What does it take for an article to go viral?
Social Media has been a gift for some and a curse to many.
One of the core elements of being a man is learning how to accept yourself.
#NoTwitterTuesdaysApple’s most recent upgrade includes a screen time tracker. Call it another way for technology to monitor every single thing we do, or a dashboard that will put things into perspective real fast. Take a peek at my usage from last week:Weekly (screen time) Total: 26 hours 21 minutesSocial Media: 9 hours 42 minutesProductivity: 6…
Mental health struggles are prevalent and part of the human condition. Still, the stigma exists.
Delaney talks sobriety, why he’s a feminist, honesty, and the finer points of his social network of choice.
After a Twitter thread went viral, one life went into a tailspin.
Kalimah Priforce wonders: where are the startups of color?
Lose Phone, Gain TimeLet’s face it, we have relationships with our mobile devices. Not like the thing Joaquin Phoenix had going on with Scarlett Johansson’s voice in 2013’s “Her,” though some people may indeed be in love with their phones. I’m talking more about the time we spend face-to-face with our devices, and whether that…
100 words on social change.
Learn how parents can work with their children, understanding these online frontiers, while also ensuring their child’s safety with this series by Amanda Vining.
This is a big societal teaching moment.
In the months before the 2016 US Presidential Election, the bots and trolls became visible to anyone with a large platform and an understanding of social media. Here’s how they worked.
The Tweeter-in-Chief is extraordinarily unpopular on Twitter, his social media platform of choice.
Mark White explains how the elusive “It Factor” can make or break a relationship
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has pulled off a rare feat of late—she’s become even more unpopular than President Trump.