Creating Radicals: It Isn’t Just Viewers Being Sucked Down the Rabbit Hole

Last month, a moon-faced, beanie-clad Tim Pool appeared on Fox News Primetime to rail against New York Mayor Bill DeBlasio’s recent… Read More >

How Internet Memes are Changing the Music Industry

Every year, internet memes are becoming more and more central to the popular music landscape. From “Old Town Road” by Lil Nas X to “Stay”… Read More >

Simplifying a Complex World: Understanding the Enduring Appeal of Conspiracy Theories

2013 was the first time I was sucked into the rabbit hole. The Boston Marathon, held every April, was an event I attended every year… Read more >

Privacy as Mutual Aid

It’s impossible to have a discussion about digital literacy without addressing privacy. From the massive amounts of personal data constantly… Read more >

Dissecting the Internet Troll

Internet trolls are the bane of any public persona’s existence. You’ve seen their nonsensical arguments in the comments section of your favorite… Read more >

It’s Time To Talk About Conspiracy Theories.

It is the evening of March 8th, 1971. At Madison Square Garden, Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier meet in the ring for the first time. Billed as the… Read more >

QAnon is in the House

Barely a month into her tenure, Marjorie Taylor Greene is already making major headlines. A newly elected Republican Congresswoman from Georgia,… Read more >

Pray for the Presidency.

Now that we are post-insurrection, it is quite obvious that social media was very much to blame.… Read more >

Can Art Save Us From the Internet?

I had a period in my life, decades ago before the Internet, thank god, where paranoid thoughts took over…everything. I was driving my car down… Read more >