It is pretty hard to send your online troll to jail in Australia
Charlie Brooker once reckoned Twitter was a video game. It's not, obviously – but it can be played like one, like this.
Ana, Annie, Bella, Deb, Mia, Perry, Sue and Sophie aren't real girls. They're abbreviations for mental health issues and eating disorders used by teenagers looking to band together through personal stories on Instagram.
We talked so much online that we became unable to deal with the emotional fallout of our lives in person.
When a blizzard strikes, there are those who cower in their homes with canned foods, and those who make gigantic penises out of snow.
The community serves as a place to help and support each other through whatever problems its members are dealing with, from dissociative identity disorder to eating disorders.
Today, Myspace embodies an unexpected aspect of online business culture: eternal optimism. The people currently in charge of the site imagine that with a little luck it could return to its current glory, even if no one else thinks so.
The point is not whether we choose to acknowledge or ignore the impact of race, but how white privilege defines all aspects of American life.
The constant bombardment of decadent food pics on social media may actually be creating a nation of food addicts.
Experience the aftermath of the worst tinder date ever as drawn by South American/German cartoonist, Berliac.
A "healthy eating" anxiety disorder known as Orthorexia can ruin your health and sex life and make you cry about fruit.
Is this the first person who has died taking a selfie? Not even close.