Be afraid. Be very afraid.
The fact I even have to write this title is sheer insanity.
It is possible that the members of generation z are less likely to believe hoaxes or fake news than their parents and grandparents.
Oversharing your kids on social media is bad.
We live in a happy-obsessed society, constantly bombarded with happy smiling faces on TV or billboard ads telling us their version of happiness.
Gradually, these empty moments gave me an uncanny feeling, leading me to my decision in only using siri for when it was necessary.
The conclusion is hardly surprising and has many implications.
Love, when shifted to online, opens a million windows for doubts and contradictions.
Validation before sharing misinformation stops the spread
If you want to be a marketing or sales expert, you have to be good at your own marketing!
5 unsettling aspects of my newsfeed, and probably yours.
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We The Users The other day, my 7-year-old said, “Dad, when I grow up, I’m not going to have Facebook or Instagram or Twitter or any of those.” In my mind I said, “Hallelujah.” Though he may not fully grasp what those apps exactly are, he understands what they do: steal his parents. My…
The government said it is limiting social media access to prevent the spread of disinformation.
— Off late, I was having serious suspicions about my husband having an affair, when I observed him spending hours and hours online, even when we sat for meals. Whenever I asked him, he mentioned Instagram is so addictive and engaging. Well, I didn’t have any proof to confront him about my suspicions, but I…