If, at any point in the last few months, you’ve had to Google exactly who Andrew Tate is, you’re not alone. The real question, though, is why he’s so widely hated.
Musk buys Twitter, FTX files for bankruptcy, Russia invades Ukraine, and people protest dictatorships. Let’s take a walk back through the biggest news highlights of 2022.
For Elon Musk, the $44 billion purchase of Twitter is more than just a shiny new toy. He might actually have something big planned for it—if he can get out of his own way.
As the world moves towards Web 3.0, can the planet sustain the humungous energy consumption needs of running the internet?
Transparent California was made to increase public understanding of government compensation packages, but it’s created more questions than it has answered.
You know you’re not supposed to take candy from strangers. But why not take this lollipop anyway?
To follow or not to follow? Fitness influencers have motivated us to work out, but they could be harmful for our overall wellbeing.
Some challenges are harmless fun. But these five dangerous TikTok challenges just shouldn’t be done.
Disinformation vs. Misinformation: why the terms aren’t interchangeable and why both are still a problem.
Political spectrum tests give you new labels to wear. But they don’t really help you figure out what policies or what systems of governance you support.
What would life be like without our phones? If your answer is “apocalyptic,” you’re half right.
SmugMug lets you safely store and share your photos or cash in on your art by selling prints and downloads.
The latest buzzword from Silicon Valley sounds like SciFi. Here’s a breakdown of what’s real, what’s hype, and what problems the metaverse might hold.
The 2021 list of top ships on AO3 is out, and it reveals a serious representation problem in fanfic.
The internet’s most popular fanfic archive is an inclusive (and occasionally horny) community for readers all over the globe.
Here are 6 trippy drawings from some incredible artists on Instagram that you should totally follow.