Think before you ‘gram.
Think before you ‘gram.
“20,000 Likes Under The Sea”
If you allow people to make up their own funny names, you’re asking for trouble.
The future is n-o-w.
“My mother is Jewish. My father is Palestinian. I am their face.”
VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions for singer Robin Thicke using the hashtag #AskThicke. People on Twitter took the opportunity to question his treatment of women.
Why is this a thing?
Geotagged tweets from the #BringBackOurGirls Twitter campaign from April 23 to May 6. The Boko Haram terrorist network claimed responsibility Wednesday for the April 15 kidnapping of 276 teenage girls from their boarding school in Chibok, Nigeria.
Whatever you do, DON’T choose Toaster.
But there are some very important points to be made about this.
“I’m underrepresented. In your pants.”
The hashtag #lifeofamuslimfeminist began trending on Twitter Friday, and provided a “snippet of how badass, ruthless and honest, Muslim women” are.
For the past few hours #AmericansVsBritish has been trending. The results were inevitable.
“It was all of the things we were told to never talk about.”
2013: Year of the selfie. #Goodbye
Seriously—don’t wait until the last minute to get a costume together this year.
Twitter’s “Value Proposition to Advertisers” looks like it’s squarely aimed at the world’s largest social network
For example: Do you know where the word “testify” comes from? You may or may not want to know.
Can you make it through this video without feeling moist?
This hashtag deserves all the awards.
Black Twitter made this the No. 2 hashtag worldwide. Our wig has thoroughly been snatched. *Bows down*
People who overuse the word literally, this is literally for you. Via #TerrifyingIfLiteral.
Twitter users are taking on the depressing topic of women’s safety tips and flipping it into absurdist realtalk with the hashtag #SafetyTipsForLadies.
Rep. Justin Amash says Republican leadership are wrong to try to blame Obama for the sequester — especially with such a terrible Twitter hashtag. “I think it’s kind of 2008.”
The Heritage Foundation takes out a promoted tweet on #my2k.
Apparently, the happy new parents loved Twitter so much they decided to ruin their child’s life forever. (via mashable.com)
Just a reminder of how addicted we are to sharing all our private information with the internet.
Ah, the ’90s. When human interaction was still #relevant.
Hashtags are the most condensed form of social media snark.
Google search and Twitter trends seem to indicate that Saturday, October 7th may be the protests’ biggest day yet!