It seems that a steady stream of information can end up drowning us.
Although love may be in the air, it might not be in our social media habits.
A dangerous influence: Advice from Goop or the ‘Gram can be bad for your health
What lengths will companies go to in their quest to be more relatable to consumers?
A cynical look at interactions and information sharing on the internet.
Social media has become a big part of our identity — most of us can’t live a day without it — and it’s easy to see that it affects us in both positive and negative ways.
Are you in the moment or just bragging about it?
In an era where who you know determines where you’ll go, it becomes necessary to pull out all the stops and use all the tools possible to procure the job you need.
Worldwide, we’d be wise to start actively participating in causes that we support as opposed to halfheartedly showing our support over social media.
he word “faggot” has been tweeted nearly three million times since July 5. A new website from the University of Alberta’s Institute for Sexual Minority Studies & Services called nohomophobes.com tracks the tweets of people using the phrases “faggot,” “no homo,” “so gay” and “dyke” — all of which are tweeted well over 1,000 times