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A new experiment with storytelling on Snapchat uses the platform for narrative horror.
Process hell and faceless bureaucracy may await those locked out of their accounts — even when they use their legal names.
If “nicknames” are the standard, something doesn’t line up.
Former Google employee Gabriel Stricker steps down as Twitter’s head of comms.
A test with the potential to transform online commerce.
It’s another step toward a more visual platform.
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“We’re pretty sure it’ll change how you use Slack,” says Slack.
The latest salvo in social media’s key battleground.
Time-out is way better than it used to be.
S’il y a un petit macaron bleu sur son profil, c’est que c’est vraiment Ryan Gosling.
Is Tinder “Carrot Top” really Carrot Top? Now you’ll know for sure.
Many of the people advising investors on Twitter’s stock don’t use the product.
Have you heard Twitter does advertising?
“Real name” on Facebook does not mean legal name, says Zuck.
Are we about to see the end of the unfiltered stream?