The Garbage Day writer has quit being upset at the internet.
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The author, newsletter writer, and expert on the fun internet makes the case for Twitter (and against TikTok).
The author, editor, and video host does deep dives on YouTube, then clears her history.
The OG member of the Black Feminist Internet lives her dream on YouTube.
The Pitchfork writer follows leftists, thrifters, a cool aunt and a Boston news guy on TikTok.
The kind and hilarious author, podcaster, and TV writer-producer aspires to an uncle/aunt vibe online.
The MSNBC producer has had a few viral bangers.
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The New York Times media columnist's co-workers quarantined him on Slack.
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The food and culture writer shares the best of her online world.
The music tech reporter pays for many, many streaming services.
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The artist wants less scrolling and more surfing.
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The podcaster and author prefers the non-cynical and unironic.
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