Clueless Celebrities Are Making an Instagram Hoax Go Viral
Countless users are sharing a version of an Instagram post that falsely claims the platform will “disclose" after an unspecified time “tomorrow.”
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This Meme Explains Why TikTok Isn't Like Any Other Social Media
Point-of-view or POV videos are TikTok’s chameleon genre that give creators room to express themselves, and give TikTok room to come into its own.
Garfield's Lament: Grumpy Cat Was a Meme Born Dead
Garfield and Grumpy Cat are selling the same joke. So why do they have completely different digital lives?
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This Internet Theory Explains Why We All Wind Up with the Same False Memories
It's called the "Mandela Effect."
meet the artist making memes in real life
Tom Galle's art is perfect for your Friday procrastination session.
Inside the 15,000-Person Online Community Obsessed with Jell-O
“It’s just sort of amazing to see all the different ways people are using it—there’s people slapping and spanking gelatin and it’s wobbly.”
Why That Decades-Old KFC Meme Keeps Resurfacing—And Is Now After Taylor Swift
Reducing women like Taylor Swift or Hilary Clinton to "meat" is a tired way to ignore what they're saying.
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Dril, the Only Account on Twitter, Has a Book Now
'Dril Official Mr. Ten Years Anniversary Collection' appears to be 420 pages long.
Memes Gone Wrong
Did ‘Stranger Things’ Star Millie Bobby Brown Leave Twitter Because of an LGBTQ ‘In-Joke?’
The teen actress’ departure from Twitter coincides with a meme portraying Brown as a violent homophobe.
Revenge of the Robots
'Humans Not Invited' Is a CAPTCHA Test That Welcomes Bots, Filters Out Humans
FINALLY, A PLACE WHERE FELLOW ROBOTS CAN CONVENE WITHOUT SENTIENT MEAT BAGS.
The Reddit Moderator Getting a PhD in Online Moderation
Kat Lo is studying the largely thankless job of unpaid content moderation so we can make open and safe online communities.
Why Everyone You Know Is Oversharing on Instagram Stories
Aspiration once ruled the picture-based platform, but users are starting to treat the social media app more like Twitter and Facebook.