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How Wordle Became The Internet’s Omicron Pastime

“The close ties across the country means it isn't hard for things to spread — whether that be gossip, word games, or good public health measures to keep us safe during a pandemic.”

Steffi Cao 9 hours ago

My Favorite Parts Of The 2021 Internet

In this week's newsletter: 🎶I ain't never been with a baddie 🎶, Vodka and Scotch TikTok, and Viola Davis and her love of boomer memes.

The Three Most Charming Sisters On TikTok

In this week's newsletter: the trio of young Muslim sisters who've gained millions of followers with their hilarious and wholesome humor.

What’s The Deal With The Music On “Selling Sunset”?

With the show’s “girlboss” songs becoming a meme, Selling Sunset’s music supervisor revealed how they look for music that has themes of “female empowerment” and is “feisty.” And, yes, all the songs are real.

A Sponsored Disaster Is A Sponsor Disaster

In this week's newsletter: How the Travis Scott x BetterHelp partnership could have better served those in need of therapy, instead of it reading like a big promotional opportunity. (And how fun some influencers made the NYC marathon!)

The D’Amelios Need To Talk About Money

Wealth is omnipresent on the new Hulu reality series The D’Amelio Show, and in the lives of powerhouse influencer families generally. So why won’t they address it?

Addison Rae Fans Joked That She Wore Kourtney Kardashian’s Dress From The 2019 Kardashian/Jenner Christmas Bash To This Year’s Met Gala After A Side-By-Side Comparison Of The Two Went Viral

Many fans quickly pointed out that Addison’s debut Met Gala gown bore striking similarities to another iconic celebrity dress after pictures of Kourtney Kardashian’s Christmas fit from a couple of years ago began to resurface.

The Met Gala Guest List Sparked A Huge Debate About “Elitism” And Which Celebrities Should Be Invited After This Year’s Red Carpet Saw More YouTubers And TikTokers Than Ever

The influx of Gen Z TikTokers and YouTube stars — like Addison Rae and Emma Chamberlain — who secured coveted invites to this year's star-studded event has sparked a discussion about the “elitist” nature of the Met Gala.

Dear Influencers, Always Sign A Contract

In this week's newsletter: These misfortunes revealed how many handshake deals are still taking place between brand and influencer; And an ode to fitness YouTuber Chloe Ting, who said she feels like she's being chased off of the platform.

Will Everything On Social Media Be Shopping?

In this week's newsletter, I grapple with the industry moving toward faster lines of e-commerce, which is natural, for how unnaturally automaton-like the shopping experience will become.

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