As we rely upon emoji to reflect our sentiment, the more accurate they represent us, the more helpful they are. A new study by Adobe finds that users want more representation as current characters aren’t cutting it.
Preparing and Mourning for Deletion DeathWhen my YouTube playlist of over 2,000 videos was deleted because I was wrongly flagged for violating a child safety policy, questions concerning the m…
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To understand anything in culture is to understand our rampant inequality and disdain toward the system. r/WSB + BLM + Karenism + Ok Boomer + the fall …
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Barstool’s Dave Portnoy and VanEck launched an ETF which tracks and invests in positively discussed stocks across social media. With social sentiment a…
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As media blurs with language, we face mass illiteracy online. If we define language fluency as one’s proficiency to read, write and speak, then there’s…
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A new photo app by David Dobrik offers a grainy, nostalgic feel. But Dispo may borrow too much from the past. Will we see the same tech story play out …
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Tupperware parties evolved. From Mommy Bloggers to Momfluencers to moguls. Like porn, we know this isn’t great for us, but it feels so good. Only when …
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There’s lost value by just sticking to The Meta Trends. In subtlety is insight. By seeking out and examining the fringe, uncomfortable and unspoken, we…
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