Here's how to keep them in check.
Will the imminent collapse of newspapers leave us at the mercy of 'Pravda truth'?
Tinder is lust. Netflix is sloth ... and it all adds up to idolatry.
Social media allows us to reinforce our prejudices and shut out disagreeable ideas
A brilliant TED talk on how fragmented attention harms us
Social media is a tool for relationships but also for intense focus on the self.
Parents know that social media wreaks havoc on sleep and school work. But what about character?
Teenagers are definitely influenced by their online 'friends,' even if they barely know them.
Ken M turns the humble comment into an art form
Tips for reclaiming your life and achieving balance.
But there’s a risk in making trolls more important than we need to.
They can help people stay in touch better than any other device invented by human ingenuity. (For better or worse.)
Maybe they don’t either. Maybe you should both find out.
When media are afraid to report the news, there’s another casualty: Informed decision-making and voting.
Words on social media are stripped of voice and context.
Maybe, and facing elections and upheavals around North America and Europe, it’s bad news.
Facebook, perhaps more human, is doing very well indeed.
In a way no previous medium easily could
It’s not who is saying it; it’s who listens.
Various studies have shown that teenagers consistently overestimate the amount of alcohol and drugs their friends consume.
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