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Sarah Manavis is the New Statesman's tech and digital culture writer.
People are attempting to optimise their days by scheduling in free time. But with time limits and cancellations, free time becomes a task to be achieved – and then is it really free?
We are all capable of Coleen's great heights.
Transparency: 0, your cheating boyfriend: 1.
Sponcon is no longer just on our screens, but infiltrating our most exciting physical moments.
Another roll-out targeted at improving users' mental health is a step in the right direction – but we should be careful about overpraising desperately needed changes.
Influencers are using the Instagram hashtag for little more than virtue signalling – and in many cases, feeding the beast it claims to starve.
Coupling classic sitcom humour with the absurdist spirit of shitposting, Stath Lets Flats is the UK’s best new comedy.
Known by her moniker Body Posi Panda, Megan Crabbe is a candyfloss-styled body positivity influencer. But beyond her bubbelgum aesthetic and glittery pastel feed lies a philosophy changing womens' lives.
Twitter – commonly referred to as “the hellsite” – has the smallest userbase of the social media giants. With so few people using it, and so many complaints, why do we find it impossible to leave?
Through self-promotion and a bending of the dating app’s rules, gay artists are finding a brand-new community on Grindr during the exhaustion of fringe festivals.