Here are some tweets, ranked bad to most bad.
One thing Trump has definitely done in his first 100 days is set up a magic button that summons a butler carrying a refreshing, ice-cold Coca-Cola.
The New York Times Magazine has an interesting story out today about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, fake news, and Facebook’s role as the world’s most prominent information distributor.
The report includes over 70 different incidents.
The technology is cool, I guess, but who actually wants something like this?
I don't care, I'm still free, you can't take the tweets from me.
So much cute.
According to the company, the move was made to encourage “people to express themselves” after noticing “an association between the default egg profile photo and negative behaviour.”
Where in the world is Palmer Luckey? Well, he’s not at Facebook.
Why, Twitter, why?
When I went to the company’s press team, they assured me it was perfectly normal for an article written by a noted climate change denier to get pinned to the top of Google’s results.
At the very top of the Top Stories module, you’ll see a Breitbart article dismissing the damage done to the great barrier Reef that sounds like it was written by a student who hasn’t slept in 72 hours.
Hmm... it’s almost as if Trump was lying?
While Eichenwald was able to get the FBI to swoop in on this case, online threats against women continue to go unanswered.
Journalist Kurt Eichenwald claims a man sent him a GIF over Twitter that triggered his epilepsy, causing him to have a seizure.