How YouTubers Turned the Apology Video Into a Genre
When it comes to YouTube stars, apologies are products—just like lipsticks—and everyone is thirsty for your click.
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Your Future Doctor Could Monitor Your Facebook Posts for Disease
Medical providers could soon use your social media to predict diseases from depression to diabetes, sparking questions of data privacy.
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Better Broadband Lowers Unemployment Rates, Study Says
Chattanooga’s community owned and operated fiber network resulted in significant gains in local employment, data suggests.
The Google Outage Highlights the Perils of a Centralized Internet
Google so far has no answers as to why its massive cloud outage downed everything from Snapchat to 'Rocket League' servers.
It's Time We Admit That Tote Bags Are Trash
The niche media tote bag is the epitome of 'weird flex but ok.'
There’s No ‘Correct’ Way to Moderate the Nancy Pelosi Video
When Facebook announced it wouldn’t take down an altered viral video of Nancy Pelosi, experts disagreed as to whether or not the platform made the right call. But there may not be a right call.
Area Man Regrets Helping Turn Joe Biden Into a Meme
A former 'Onion' editor wishes his publication had gone harder at Diamond Joe.
How 'Homestuck' Defined What It Means to Be a Fan Online
After 10 years, Homestuck's epilogue leaves its fate in the hands of its fans
'I Think You Should Leave' Is Like Weird Twitter as a TV Show
Tim Robinson's new Netflix sketch comedy has clear, hilarious ties to the humour of online.
My Drug of Choice Is This Video of an Opossum Family in Some Lady's Grill
No better thing exists on the internet.
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'Game of Thrones' Shows Why We Need to Back Up Human Civilization
The newest episode of ‘Game of Thrones’ plays on real world anxieties about data corruption and erasure.
The Wild, Terrifying Story of an Influencer's Plot to Steal a URL at Gunpoint
He's facing up to 20 years in prison for hiring someone to put a gun to a man's head and demand his domain name.