Do you "copy" a website just by reading it?
Bizarro world in Wall Street.
When I was suffering from PTSD, I didn't want to be wrapped in cotton wool.
Twitter's new "long photo" app goes x-rated.
The real mission has to be making everyone feel welcome, period.
For the 40th anniversary of Roe v Wade - which legalised abortion in the US - the New Statesman is republishing Naomi Wolf's provocative 1995 essay, which argues that the pro-choice movement is "cultivating a hardness of heart".
Not too arduous a position…
Has the Facebook fad seen its day?
The case could have a large effect on freedom of speech on sites like Twitter.
A culture of violence is something that normalises violence and makes it acceptable. Games don’t do that because they don’t feature real violence or anything that feels like it, argues Phil Hartup.
"The last thing he got to do that gave him pleasure was watch the new Star Trek movie."
The mayfly life of a 2010s start-up.
A glimpse into national psyches.
Despite legal language used, "we do not have plans for this" says Kevin Systrom.
You are not the customer, you are the product.
Google's dodging taxes. But its worst crime is messing around with search results.
It's mogul v mogul on the highways of the internets.
From Jeff Jarvis to Clay Shirky, a class of gurus are intent on "disrupting" old-fashioned practices like asking us to pay for valuable content. Meanwhile, web giants like Google and Apple jealously guard their profitable secrets.
The pathologies of modern life.
Genetics explained, with added kittens.
An interview with the Obama campaigner behind the social network that's changing politics and big businesses.
The organisers of the British Ruby Conference have cancelled the event due to their failure to invite a diverse speaker line-up.
The launch of a new literature app sees the world's most famous playwright re-invented for the digital age.
To kill off the poisonous notions of celebrity, we have to stop giving it our attention and act civilly to each other.
Meet the new social network, not quite the same as the old social network.
The Kindle Owners Lending Library will sell a lot of Kindles – but Kindles don't make money.
Links from Gawker are banned from /r/politics, after journalist threatens to reveal the identity of the man running Reddit's "creepshots", "beatingwomen" and "jailbait" forums.
Sorting the men from the replicants.
Two rumours in short succession have hinted that the digital music scene is moving firmly away from the buy-to-own (or rather, pay-to-permanently-license-with-terms-just-short-of-ownership) model – of iTunes, the Amazon MP3 Store and Bandcamp – towards the model which services like Spotify and i