It's tempting to use an email-tracking service, but their overall impact may not be great for your mind.
Our story begins with Wynn Galbraith, age 3.
It's an internet fight, and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Towels, chickens, blades and Eric Andre screaming "let me in!"
Millions of records that the FCC’s top lawyer once fought to hold back from state law enforcement officials now serve as key evidence in a year-long probe into cases of Americans being impersonated during the agency’s latest net neutrality proceeding. Analysis of the data would lead investigators last fall to consider, as one of many potential sources of fraud, the owner of an influential Washington, D.C., newspaper, whose advocacy business may have served as a pipeline for one of the most notor...
I got into Mensa as mostly a joke last summer and wrote a dumb column about it, only to be retaliated against in an unmoderated official Mensa forum where I was threatened several times.
As long as there are ATMs, hackers will be there to drain them of money.
On a sunny morning in early 2000, Joseph Matheny woke up to find conspiracy theorists camped out on his lawn again. He was making coffee when he noticed a face peering in a ground-floor window of the small, three-story building he rented in Santa Cruz. Past the peeper, there were three other men in their early 20s loitering awkwardly. Matheny sighed and stepped outside. He already knew what they wanted. They wanted to know the truth about Ong’s Hat. They wanted the secret to interdimensional tra...
Ahead of the premiere of their new Showtime talk show, the Bodega Boys look back on how they got their break at the same company that produces "Hot Ones." Also, they get some real sauce-induced sweat going.
Scores of YouTube videos with tens of millions of views are being inundated with comments by paedophiles, with adverts from major brands running alongside the disturbing content
Googling yourself has become a rite of passage.
From Jenna Jameson's keto diet progress to the #10YearChallenge, people love transformation pictures. But do they do more harm than good?
When Max Benwell found out someone was using his photos to approach women online, he decided to track down the trickster — setting up a fake Instagram account and changing his gender on Tinder along the way.
In trying to maximize time users spent on the website, YouTube encouraged hundreds of creators to generate millions and millions of views any way possible. The result? Widespread misinformation.
How does Kitching, or any healer-influencer-prophet like her, make a living? It's not quite what it seems.
"People tend to jump on the lootboxes thinking they'll get a deal, but that's not how gambling works. The house always wins."
No matter what John Oliver says.
The authors of a new report suggest that local TV stations "remix" their hard news offerings by borrowing tactics from digital-native publications — incorporating animation and historical video, for instance.
There's something we're overlooking about email, which is: Why don't we just tell each other when we're expecting a reply?
Why so many men online love to use "logic" to win an argument, and then disappear before they can find out they're wrong.
The victim, Zhoie Perez, who goes by the name Furry Potato on YouTube and identifies as a transgender woman, live streamed the entire incident in two separate videos on her channel Furry Potato Live.
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