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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 world’s leading news organizations and Twitter’s 200 million users have developed a symbiotic, if sometimes troublesome, relationship
In a country with a population of 320,000 where most everyone is distantly related, inadvertently dating in the family is a real risk
A ‘joke’, a Tweet, Adria Richards, Anonymous, a DDOS attack, two firings and everything that is wrong with the Internet
New filtering options for newsfeed should allow more granular approach to the tumbling river of content
Fabricated identities provide hope that they will one day live the lives they imagine
Promise of a new era of participatory democracy runs into an engrained culture of bureaucracy
Students in Guelph are among the most likely in Canada to use a website to meet older people who will pay their bills.