Janet Kornblum was the Daily Dot's first features editor. She works as a journalist and licensed private investigator in the Bay Area, and she has contributed reporting and photography to USA Today and CNET.
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You've probably got Facebook messages you aren't even receiving. Here's why.
On Feb 21, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
The time Janet Kornblum tried to break up with Instagram.
On Feb 14, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
The Super Bowl was a perfect case study of how Twitter today is all about who's the fastest, funniest, wittiest. It's an exhausting competition, but who wants to just be a retweeter?
On Feb 6, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
Have you ever had a voice recognition fail like this epic error?
On Jan 31, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
Once a year, it comes around: the Facebook Birthday. Just admit it, you love it too.
On Jan 23, 2013 by Janet Kornblum
Do the girls who flash strangers online seem beyond your comprehension? Why would they do such a thing? Janet Korblum points out that you might want to remember your own teenage years and think again.
On Dec 19, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
When you realize how much you're really putting out there.
On Dec 13, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
Finding humanity in the flow of Facebook.
On Dec 7, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
Columnist Janet Kornblum on following someone's Instagram.
On Nov 29, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
In a road trip home for the Thanksgiving holiday, our columnist Janet Korblum ruminates on how we see the world through photographs now that we are constantly taking and posting them.
On Nov 21, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
Columnist Janet Kornblum on helping our parents and grandparents get online.
On Nov 14, 2012 by Janet Kornblum
Politics makes strange friend-fellows. Janet Kornblum writes about the political discussions we can—and can't—have with our Facebook friends.
On Nov 6, 2012 by Janet Kornblum