Clint Eastwood’s rambling speech at the Republican National Convention was pure Twitter gold.
After a stroke in 2005 left him almost completely paralyzed, Tony Nicklinson has been fighting for the right to end his life. Now he’s taking that fight to social media.
A new site archives those tweets politicians try to erase.
Meet the pair of digital artists trying to raise enough money to send your online musings across the cosmos.
The editors of the Merriam-Webster dictionary would like you to know that “cougar” doesn’t just refer to an animal. It can also invoke a “middle-aged woman seeking a romantic relationship with a younger man.”
One tweet can be easily lost in all the noise on Twitter. Peter Shankman found out that sometimes people actually listen.
We may be at war, but we still laugh at the same jokes.
Social media-savvy Canadians defied a longstanding ban Monday by broadcasting results from the federal election before every last ballot had been cast. This is about as dangerous as it gets in the Great White North.
Ever since Keith Urbahn, a former aide to Donald Rumsfeld, broke the news of bin Laden’s capture via Twitter, users across the world have offered their own reactions.
Even #winning can get old. It’s time to cut the Charlie Sheen cord.
“The first shaking started about 30 minutes ago. It still hasn’t stopped. I’m writing this from the Time Out office… Across the road there’s a tenement block. It’s swaying horrifically – so much so, in fact, that it looks …
Now that his term’s over, the Governator may be the Terminator once more.