Why would anyone want to believe that people who are communicating with phones have forgotten what friendship is?
On the cultural ideology of Big Data
Social media have made the street-photographer ethic of seizing moments without consent seem unsustainable
“Unplugging” from the Internet isn’t about restoring the self so much as it about stifling the desire for autonomy that technology can inspire
Snapchat as temporary photography
The virality of political memes this campaign season has had little to do with political messaging and more to do with posturing and identity projection
The idea that we can no longer access unmediated “real life” is a pretense that allows us to congratulate ourselves for our disconnection.
The Facebook profile is not a window on the self. It’s a canvas
TED talks are the Urban Outfitters of the ideas world