Daysia Tolentino is the editor of the Daily Dot's creator economy newsletter, Passionfruit. Her work has appeared in Vulture, Bustle, InStyle, and Study Hall.
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From OGs to the new gen of TikTok stars, the creator space is more professional than ever.
On Jun 28, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'I haven't tested the boundaries of where my audience will go with me.'
On Jun 27, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'I was like, holy crap, this is now my job.'
On Jun 25, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'Nobody had anything to do and everyone was just trapped in front of their social media.'
On Jun 23, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'As content creators expand in popularity, we will continue to see them be leveraged by the entertainment industry...'
On Mar 31, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
He said Meta is working to help Ukraine.
On Mar 15, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'Crypto is speed running past half a millennium of financial mistakes.'
On Mar 14, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
The partnership between the NYC celebrity hotspot and Bumble seemed like a perfect match.
On Mar 13, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'You don't need any permission from anyone.'
The move comes after the country passed a law banning 'fake news' about its military.
On Mar 6, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'Stuck in a clear tube suspended over the ocean… NOPE!!!'
'People have become more horrible than ever these last 2 years.'
On Mar 5, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'It felt really gross, and I really don’t know if it was mold or not.'
On Feb 27, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
'The way I know they turned off their headset and screamed.'
On Feb 26, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino
Many viewers saw the video as an example of police officers acting 'above the law.'
On Jan 29, 2022 by Daysia Tolentino