Amelia Tait is features editor at Shortlist.com, she was previously the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer, and tweets at @ameliargh.
A new industry has exploded like a pile of pink dust from a popped balloon.
Every Easter, Cadbury employees are forced to deny allegations that political correctness is ruining its eggs.
What happens if a vegetarian starts chatting about her desire for Domino’s Meat Feast?
One couple reveal how online politics can damage offline relationships.
Why do we watch comedies that don’t make us laugh?
Why did one influencer pretend to be 10 years younger, fake a trip to Disney, and edit herself a new nose?
Since a parody Brexiteer profile went viral in November 2017, copycats have tried to capitalise on its fame. The victims? The old, vulnerable, and digitally confused.
The Advertising Standards Authority is launching an investigation into whether average people can tell that online ads are ads. Can you?
The urge to mock the ex-Disney star diminishes the victims he speaks to and ignores the good YouTubers can do.
Users entrust untrained strangers to drive us around simply because they operate via a sleek, shiny app.