Influencers and pop stars use AI-powered bots to boost their online presence. But what happens if a non-celeb (like me) uses one?
Please, Nigel, keep showing me pictures of your plum tree as it changes colour with the passing of each season.
Instead of tomatoes and seedlings, Instagram's trendy, candy-colored crates are filled with candles and cool bottles of wine.
The private account went from 45,000 to 380,000 followers over lockdown.
Everyone looks responsible and COVID-safe on main, but things can get a little muddy in our inner circles.
A new brand of short and snappy hot takes is taking over—and making their young creators fairly rich and very popular.
It's not always because they want to hide you like a troll in the basement.
All those posts may have seemed like half-assed, empty gestures, but according to experts, they might have actually made a difference.
After images of Nyome Nicholas-Williams were repeatedly removed, a movement emerged to fight for the liberation of Black, plus-size bodies online.
Buying albums and merch is the most direct way to support musicians, but saving and sharing their posts and songs goes a long way too.
Hannah Beerman created a place where artists donate their works and connect with buyers, who give the purchase amount to a charity of the artist’s choice.