Amelia Tait is a technology and digital culture writer at the New Statesman.
These books didn’t cure me. They didn’t even come close. But at my lowest moments, Harry Potter was the only thing I enjoyed.
"They blew it up to make me appear bigger," says Amaya King, whose photo was stolen for the "before" shot in a weight loss picture.
A story of revenge, retweets, and Kale Salad.
Videos by alt-right commentators have arguably radicalised many online. Will Google's latest policies do anything to change this?
The Conservatives spent £1.2m on online adverts – but the internet came up with anti-Theresa May memes for free.
Before and after sitting their exams, students are going online to get their voices heard.
Once upon a time, every major blockbuster was accompanied by a tie-in console game. What caused the Flipendo in their fortunes?
Since the United States presidential election, calming bots are providing peace for Twitter users. Who’s behind them and what do they hope to achieve?
Photographer Sara Melotti reveals the reality behind the numbers.
Twelve months later, how does the gorilla feel about his life, death, and status as a meme?
The Zombie PM