We value extroversion in education and work, but a recent study shows alone time may have earned an unnecessarily bad rep.
The new book from Zeynep Tufekci looks at how the web has helped demonstrations take off around the globe, but also made them harder to sustain.
Trump's press secretary defended his widely criticized claims about the inauguration at his first White House press briefing, telling the media that "sometimes we can disagree with the facts."
The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology in Lisbon had so many visitors that its footbridge nearly collapsed.
Weirdly, throwing loads of teargas around doesn't calm things down.
Called Umati, or “crowd” in Swahili, the program monitors dangerous speech on Twitter and Facebook.
Other than perhaps the day after your birthday, there is no other date that is as consistently shitty and depressing as December 31.
PhD candidate Dorine Duiven is researching crowd behavior to keep your summer disaster-free.
I went along to find out.