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The Agony and Anxiety of the Internet on Election Night 2020

The Agony and Anxiety of the Internet on Election Night 2020 Social media offered one way to make sense of election night with other people—but it also plays into some of our worst impulses. Source: {$feed_title) The Agony and Anxiety of the Internet on Election Night 2020

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My Life as a Blue-Haired 'Commie Bitch' in Portland

My Life as a Blue-Haired 'Commie Bitch' in Portland I dyed my hair mid-lockdown because it looked fun and I was bored. But to the online far-right, I became a social media stereotype. Source: {$feed_title) My Life as a Blue-Haired 'Commie Bitch' in Portland

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Read the (Virtual) Room! How to Improve Your Digital Nunchi

Read the (Virtual) Room! How to Improve Your Digital Nunchi We all can learn to be better, more empathetic communicators—especially now that we’re all behind screens instead of in-person. Source: {$feed_title) Read the (Virtual) Room! How to Improve Your Digital Nunchi

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How Rock the Vote Became Tok the Vote

How Rock the Vote Became Tok the Vote On this week’s Get WIRED podcast, writer Arielle Pardes talks about the world of political TikTok. Source: {$feed_title) How Rock the Vote Became Tok the Vote

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TikTok Witches Are Hexing the Election This Halloween

TikTok Witches Are Hexing the Election This Halloween Some are casting spells to “raise a mighty blue wave,” while other conjurers are employing pro-Trump countermagics. Source: {$feed_title) TikTok Witches Are Hexing the Election This Halloween

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Upon My Death, Play the Following Messages

Upon My Death, Play the Following Messages A startup called Memories lets you record videos to be sent posthumously—one of many companies seeking to give you more control over your ending. Source: {$feed_title) Upon My Death, Play the Following Messages

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18,000 Years From Now, People Will Still Play Football

18,000 Years From Now, People Will Still Play Football Jon Bois’ new work of online fiction, 20020, is a utopian meditation on endless time. With sports! Source: {$feed_title) 18,000 Years From Now, People Will Still Play Football

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The TikTok Teens Trying to Meme the Vote

The TikTok Teens Trying to Meme the Vote Groups like Tok the Vote believe viral clips are the best way to get young people to cast their ballots. Source: {$feed_title) The TikTok Teens Trying to Meme the Vote

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How Online Extremists Could Interfere With the Election

How Online Extremists Could Interfere With the Election Far-right factions say they’re willing to take action to keep President Trump in the White House. The question is whether those actions are viable—or dangerous. Source: {$feed_title) How Online Extremists Could Interfere With the Election

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Joe Biden Is Very Offline—and That’s OK

Joe Biden Is Very Offline—and That’s OK If the former veep wins, it won’t be because he had an online meme army behind him. That’s a good sign for American politics. Source: {$feed_title) Joe Biden Is Very Offline—and That’s OK

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