We’re all veterans of social media battles fought over reactive predeterminations. However, now that we’ve witnessed the damage, is time to put down our guns?
As the bitter realities of Texas become known, one individual decided to create a game where you fight massacres solely armed with thoughts and prayers.
According to the ornate, and sometimes confusing guidelines of Facebook, hate speech can freely operate, often without reproach.
The Internet is an unkind, stupid place. Why would we care about Jared Kushner’s gender, Fox Sports’ stand against a knee, or a horse’s moustache. I fear history will judge us.
Since the string of circumstances pushed me to the brink of homelessness and beyond, the respectable life I’ve been able to build will do. It has to.
We cheered when we discovered that we could legally call Tony Abbott the c-word. However, with the Judge ruling that we find that word less offensive, I think it’s time we institute a national swear jar.
The harrowing process of ensuring the best possible death for Mum has taught me a few things. Small things matter, as does the standard of available palliative care.
With the Catholic Church reserving the right to fire any staff that enters a same-sex marriage, it’s worth point out that freedom of faith, and freedom to discriminate on the tenets of that faith are two very separate entities.
As most recently espoused by the cake brandishing Tina Fey, the art of letting go is an important aspect of our mental health. But that doesn’t mean you don’t care, in fact it means the opposite.
As men step closer to progressivism toward women, my experience is that some mistake that as entitlement. While I might agree with your views, that doesn’t mean I owe you anything.
It seems that we’re dangerously close to nuclear war. But should we fear the possibilities of annihilation, or are we actually fine? We found two voices on opposite sides of the issue.
By the time you read this, I might be dead. But while I don’t fear death, I do fear that the image of me in a hospital bed with colour the memories of my loved ones.
As a journalist who has covered domestic violence for the better part of a decade, I’ve seen great change. But the abject horror I’ve seen, and the trauma I’ve felt is the constant.
You ain’t supposed to be ’round here, boy. Me either, to be honest. My car broke down and now I’m stuck here. By the way, have you heard the one about Reddit and the missing testicle?
As a woman, we get told vastly contradicting statements. We’re asked to own the ‘no-make up’ look, while society tells us otherwise.
There’s a feeling, generally accepted that social media, by its very nature is devoid of authenticity. However, if we look deeper, it’s merely the latest conduit of our ancient needs as a species.
Welcome to the wrong side of the Internet tracks. This week we scope Bernie’s new ride, how people solely live off air and the importance of remembering your sanity, alongside your pin.
I love the smell of spurious articles in the morning. Hail the weekly slog through the detritus of “news”, featuring The Simpsons making another Trump prediction and a woman fined for a dank meme.
Welcome to the land that taste forgot. A land of deadly fidget spinners, racial equality and extremely light beer. Why? Each week we’ll be plumbing the depths of fake news to see if any measure of truth can be found within. That and it passes the time.
Jeff Reese shares the story of how his friend Brandon Carlisle and their mutual passion for fly-fishing changed his life, and also sheds light on a special program called Project Healing Waters.
Novelist, social commentator and drug addict Aldous Huxley had many great ideas. But is he the kind of person that you’d leave your kids around? The answer should be yes.