Your home can now be marked by the blue checkmark motif universally associated with digital VIP status, sculpted by artist Danielle Baskin.
The head of security at the National Cowboy Museum has been put in charge of the museum’s social media while everyone else works from home, and his posts are genuinely adorable.
After being shared by Donald Trump, the video became the first media flagged by Twitter’s new policy to curb the spread of fake videos.
Liu Shichao, better known as Pangzai, has become a social media sensation with his oddly compelling videos of his everyday life.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in a series of tweets, “We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought.”
Across social media, various players love to test game realism. What do the limits of this realism say about the future of the medium?
As Notre-Dame burned, there was controversy over people responding by sharing selfies they’d taken at the cathedral. But there may be public value in this practice.
As more people die but their internet presences linger, we have to find ways to grapple with these documents of who they were.
The images and videos Mario Klingemann posted under the hashtag #BigGAN can only be appreciated by treating his Twitter feed as a digital exhibition.
After Twitter refused to delete numerous hate tweets, Shahak Shapira, a Berlin-based Jewish comedian and author, spray painted them outside the company’s German headquarters.
Type a search into Google and the most popular terms start auto-populating below, suggesting the collective desires, queries, and curiosities of internet users.
Pigeons outfitted with lightweight backpacks soared over London from March 14 to 16, collecting air quality data across the city that was shared via Twitter.