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Grace and the Fever is a clear-eyed portrait of ‘the girls of the internet’

How Zan Romanoff wrote a YA novel that does the fangirl justice Continue reading…

Google explains the Syrian refugee crisis with a new interactive website

The United Nations’ refugee agency has partnered with Google to launch a new website aimed at answering the five most common questions about the Syrian refugee crisis. The “Searching for Syria”...

Leaked moderation guidelines reveal how Facebook approaches handling graphic content

Earlier today, The Guardian published a series of reports about Facebook’s internal rules on moderating graphic content, providing new insight into how the company determines what its users can post. The...

Swedish prosecutor drops rape investigation into Julian Assange

Swedish prosecutors have decided to drop a years-long investigation into an alleged rape committed by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, though UK police said he would still be arrested if he leaves...

YouTube’s paid chats are an abomination from a capitalist dystopia I want no part...

If YouTube comments stink, and they do, then YouTube live stream chats are positively radioactive in their toxicity. You can pick the most innocent of topics, like say kittens napping in...

YouTube’s paid chats are an abomination from a capitalist dystopia I want no part...

If YouTube comments stink, and they do, then YouTube live stream chats are positively radioactive in their toxicity. You can pick the most innocent of topics, like say kittens napping in...

Riverdale reveals the promise and pitfalls of reverse-engineering a fandom

The CW’s “Archie Comics for Gen-Y” TV series, Riverdale, spent its first season ratcheting steadily toward the sky, eventually pulling in 2 million viewers per week on a niche cable channel,...

Kickstarter is launching in Japan later this year

Over the course of its eight years of existence, Kickstarter has become a crowdfunding juggernaut, synonymous with ambitious (and occasionally unrealistic) campaigns to bring new gadgets, games, and other startup-worthy ideas...

Twitter’s new tool lets you change how advertisers target you — here’s how to...

Twitter unveiled a new set of privacy and data controls today that allow users to see and control how advertisers target them on the platform. The company explains in a blog...

ClickHole becomes PatriotHole to parody howling right-wing blogs

The Onion-owned clickbait parody site ClickHole has rebranded as PatriotHole, a parody of sensationalist conservative “news” sites and conspiracy blogs like Breitbart, Infowars, LifeZette, or The Blaze. The site’s tagline, “A...

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Comcast’s New Mobile Service Is a Good Deal, But Maybe Not...

Should you sign up? That depends. The post Comcast’s New Mobile Service Is a Good Deal, But Maybe Not Good Enough appeared first on...

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