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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
U.S. judge rules Agence France-Presse and The Washington Post infringed on the copyrights of photographer Daniel Morel in using pictures he took in the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake in January 2010
Everything any of your friends has ever liked is searchable, and by using the options provided you can start to see patterns
New service is 'designed to show you the answer and not links to answers'
Journalists turned out en masse at Facebook's new headquarters for an announcement on a top-secret new product
Technology has a bad rap, but its impact on our lives may not be as detrimental as we might think