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The Lonely World of Digital Communication

In a digital communication world, we all have Facebook profiles with hundreds of so-called “friends” on

Mean Behind the Screen: How Anonymity Online Promotes Uncivil Behavior

Article by Renesha Poole | 700 words The inception of the Internet greatly changed how people

Would U Believe Students Can Use Social Media For Writing Help??

Article by Renesha Poole | 690 words Social media hasn’t always gotten the best rap in

An Invitation to Ello: The Anti-Facebook Network

  Article by Alison K. Lanier | 1,042 words Facebook is not the cool new kid

Social Media Trendsetters: 5 Companies to Watch

As 73 percent of online adults actively engage with social media, advertisers see these platforms as

A Portrait of Facebook: “Creative Technologist” pulls every Profile Picture from Facebook

Alison K. Lanier What does the face of Facebook look like? The website has over one

Social Media down the Rabbit Hole: A Talk with Tim Manley

Laura Kemmerer Your late night Facebook newsfeed might have you feeling like you’re missing out—someone’s getting

The Internet as a Human Right: Zuckerberg’s Plan to Connect the World

Bobby Miller Some people in developed countries tend to take privileges for granted. Some don’t think

Facebook: Providing Social Connections, But at the Expense of Your Well-Being?

Daniel Bogran According to a study published in the Public Library of Science journal, researchers at

How to Get Back the Personal Connection that Facebook Took Away

Jessica Edwards, special to Nvate Yes, Facebook is awesome. Yes, it allows you to connect with