Original essays, interviews, and features on the biggest trends in tech and culture
The need for content moderation did not stop when Covid-19 spread globally, and neither should our support of the health and safety of the moderators, say experts.
As publishers increasingly demand money direct from Google, the web giant is prompting publishers about what to create.
While I feel trapped in my apartment, this digital life gave me a sense of agency and connection.
We asked the 'Future of Feeling' author how to manage healthy communications and sustaining relationships in a remote-work, shelter-in-place environment.
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During the past decade, brand-sponsored experiential exhibitions took social feeds by storm. Some call them museums—but they are distinct from traditional galleries because the subject is you, Sarah Wernher writes.
Will DMs ever be recognized as social media?
Welcome to Better Tech, a new column written by Caroline Sinders. This edition features an exploration of calm technology.
A fourth-generation teacher confronts the vast ocean of online learning tools.
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