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Where the Globe divides the high from thelow elements of Internet and digital culture
Facebook’s need to deliver detailed marketable profiles clashes with the teen’s freedom to change their minds – and identities – with just a couple of clicks
Millions of fools and their false anonymity were easily parted
‘We’ve moved from the stage where it was something that the early adopters did and then the hipsters did and then the kids did’
Deliver a drink or a treat to a fellow passenger, and then follow up with an invitation to chat? What could go wrong at 35,000 feet?
The anodyne sounding Inactive Account Manager will let your friends or family recover your files if you’re indisposed
Students in Guelph are among the most likely in Canada to use a website to meet older people who will pay their bills.
Vine iOS app records six-second-long video clips, which can then be seamlessly embedded within tweets
The Web needs cowboys who aren’t afraid to occasionally play havoc with established interests
Manti Te'o, an American college football player for Notre Dame, is at the center of a controversy involving a fake girlfriend, a faked death and a phenomenon called "catfishing." Shane Dingman joins Hannah Sung to discuss how social media can be used to both create and expose hoaxes.
Software developer paid Chinese firm about $50,000 a year to do his work, then spent the day surfing the web, watching cat videos and updating his Facebook page