“Interactive sleep streamers” accept donations from folks who want wake them up with lights or loud noises. Is it worth it?
Authors aren’t above criticism—but when they’re tagged in negative social media reviews of their books, it can stifle the conversation.
The first generation to grow up on Instagram and Snapchat is already taking stock.
#HonestyTest videos, which reward people for being “good,” show a skewed view of who deserves kindness.
Social media users have adopted terms like unalive to avoid platform censorship. But not using the word suicide can stigmatize it.
A growing number of people on the platform claim to have a perceptual condition that lets them smell colors, see music, or taste sounds. But do they really?
They don’t have VC funds. They just thanklessly post all the helpful content people really need.
Thanks to the constant content machine, there’s more culture online than anyone knows what to do with. Here’s the most baffling of the internet’s 2021 leftovers.
From Christmas economics to incarceration policy, how well do the various monarchical countries of the Princess Switch series treat their humble citizens?
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