Laiken Neumann is a general assignment intern at the Daily Dot. You can also find her writing about music and film at the Austin Chronicle. She is based in Austin, Texas.
How an Oath Keeper brought QAnon to the masses
How JuiceLand strikers and ride-hailing drivers are organizing online
‘Love Island’ and the future of the reality TV-to-influencer pipeline
Influencer marketing is the 'wild West'—but unions could change that.
On Sep 3, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'We've always had an agenda.'
The man alludes that requiring a 'vaccine passport' is akin to fascism.
On Aug 18, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'The entitlement wow.'
On Aug 16, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
She said the man sitting behind her passed her the note while her date was in the bathroom.
‘Just be the bigger person,' someone says to her before she chunks it.
On Aug 11, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'Getting their feelings hurt doesn't mean they're being oppressed.'
On Aug 9, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
Eileen Cure denies the allegations.
On Aug 4, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'That's why restaurant workers won't make $15 an hour.'
On Aug 2, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'It hasn’t gotten easier to give the least, dude.'
On Jul 29, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
'Pose for the camera.'
On Jul 28, 2021 by Laiken Neumann
The development has been put on pause.
On Jul 26, 2021 by Laiken Neumann