• Mon. Jul 22nd, 2024

Twitter

  • Home
  • The problem with Stan Twitter

The problem with Stan Twitter

If the terms ‘oomf’, ‘moot’, and ‘skinny legend’ mean nothing to you, you’re probably what Stan Twitter would consider a ‘local’. You don’t spend hours a day tweeting from an…

Celebrity apologies don’t work on us anymore

We’re all over apology videos. To be fair, the whole idea is ridiculous— these videos are staged and posted only to avoid a loss of income. And they don’t work…

I tried out “Threads” so you don’t have to – and here’s what I found out

A day after America celebrated sticking two fingers up to the British, Mark Zuckerberg (of Facebook, Meta, and that infamous meme fame) decided to stick his own up to Elon…

I try Instagram’s chaotic new Threads app

On Thursday, Meta-owned social network Instagram announced the preemptive release of their new ‘threads’ feature; a supposed rival to Twitter’s synonymous tweet threads in wake of the network’s apparent demise…

Fringe 2022: Michael Spicer: The Room Next Door Review

Walking out onto the stage wearing his classic red-hoodie black-top combo, Michael Spicer appears as though he’s stepped straight out of our lockdown Twitter feeds. To his right, is a…

University lecturer accused of biased marking

Correction: This article has been edited to remove the claim that Professor Thin marked down dissertations as after further investigation, there was insufficient evidence backing these claims. Recent posts on…

Social media companies hold power to stop misinformation

“FAKE NEWS” has been shouted louder than almost anything else over the last few years. Coming to the forefront with the wild accusations of Donald Trump, fake news has stayed…

‘Recipeasly’: missing the mark or the answer to our prayers?

Picture this: you’ve decided to push the boat out and cook something new. You check the cupboards to see what ingredients you already have lying around and find a lone…