“Confessions of an Educator” columnist Chris Margolin addresses the negativity that can be pervasive among educators who choose to vent through social media.
Verónica Pamoukaghlián has spent the past several years without a smartphone. She doesn’t miss it at all and recommends that you try it too.
The easy, casual nature of social media “unfriending” disguises the emotional damage of a click of the wrist.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: The way a candidate responds to a tragedy gives you a good idea of who they are; so how did Trump, Clinton, and Sanders respond to the Orlando shooting?
Jason Arment exposes fakers on social media who espouse opinions on issues they don’t understand.
The Big Smoke spoke with the mind behind the aesthetically gorgeous @tassiegrammer to get the story behind the images. Unfiltered.
Jason Arment ruminates on people who fall in love with their own reflection. A cautionary tale told through the mythical fable of Narcissus.
After fielding a question from a friend about the Instagram account “Hot Dudes Reading,” Victoria Cotman explains the concept of the male unicorn.
With the proliferation of the internet in this day and age, Chris Valle examines the notion of perceptionalism and how our overall beliefs are being shaped by the values and opinions of others, sometimes at the expense of common sense.
Watching a recent segment on an Australian TV show that has gone viral, where Waleed Aly provided a simplistic but heartfelt understanding of ISIS, Sam Blacker got lost in the comments section and came back, educated.