It's tempting to use an email-tracking service, but their overall impact may not be great for your mind.
I didn't buy a real vacuum until well into my adulthood, and I suspect I'm far from alone.
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 LoveSync button, which allows couples to wordlessly express desire, is very easy to laugh at. It's also probably not worth laughing at.
Twenty years ago, "Office Space" predicted how office workers would use rap to deal with the soul-crushing realities of their job.
You probably can't usher in the revolution we need to fix our exhausting reality, but you can definitely log the hell off.
Do the instagram accounts dedicated to pointing out how help us feel better?
He's a semi-sleazy aging legend who struggles to keep up with a sport that he refashioned in his image. At least Trump likes hanging out with him.
Why are we invested in thinking he was so handsome and normal-seeming?
The 30th anniversary of the serial killer's death has brought an overwhelming amount of coverage as a new generation considers his crimes.
It seems like every media company is cashing in on their reputation by telling you what to buy. But whose brand can you trust to tell you about brands?
Beyond Video, a new nonprofit video store, seeks to replicate and revive a model devastated by streaming.
They take the swears we've known since childhood and combine them with phonetically pleasing non-swear words in new ways — ways that seem inventive and exciting for about one minute, until we realize that they are all basically the same.
Ukraine wants to rebrand the infamously ruined area. Will we soon be seeing influencers there in hazmat suits?
Once again, the former child star is back, and trying to convince us she's turned herself around.
There's nothing queasy about cheering on these creators, who are just regular people, nor is there a shadowy corporation lurking in the wings waiting to assume credit.
They seem to be everywhere. But what do they actually do?
And why do I have to pay to make this problem go away?
Also the most embarrassing.
So many artists like me collapse under the weight of incremental success, the one-step-forward-two-steps-back, all-stick-no-carrot nature of art-for-commerce.