Dot Dot Dot: The Internet Rocks the Vote
Social media is helping us share the civic camaraderie of voting and making the world of politics a better place.
Dot Dot Dot: How the hurricane hit the Internet
How the hurricane hit the Internet (like a streaker in the wind).
Dot Dot Dot: The evolution of Opinion
Why we're launching an Opinion section (in short, for the greater good of humankind).
Dot Dot Dot: The doxing mirror
Online trolls can hide behind pseudonyms—until they're exposed, anyway—but can you really separate an online identity from your "real life?"
Dot Dot Dot: The Internet is stranger than fiction
If what happens in World of Warcraft is real to someone, it's worth covering.
Dot Dot Dot: The new narrative of the presidential race
The first presidential debate might have finally changed the nature of online discussions about President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Dot Dot Dot: Starting fresh on the Web
The Internet has the power to address important issues of sexism and “thinspiration.” It’s just a matter of rising to the challenge.
Dot Dot Dot: Facing an Internet crackdown
We need the kind of social institutions that will direct the new flood of speech productively.
Dot Dot Dot: Crowdsourcing a better democracy
Internet-savvy politicians are showing how the Web can drastically alter the relationship between government and the governed.
Dot Dot Dot: The year the Internet went mainstream (again)
In the Daily Dot’s first year, the Web changed in profound and unexpected ways, ascending into pop culture like never before.
Dot Dot Dot: When private lives go public
Trying to grasp the gray area of personal security between Chatroulette and Trapwire.
Dot Dot Dot: The Internet amplifies the best and worst of the Olympics
Whether it was jaw-dropping athletic performances, corporate greed, or racism, the Internet made the best and worst of the Olympics even better (and worse) this year.
Dot Dot Dot: The perfect imperfection of YouTube
Here’s hoping YouTube’s $200 million investment in premium content functions to support the voices that make the network so engaging and original.
Dot Dot Dot: A solution to the Internet Fuckwad Theory
With rampant trolling and fake accounts online, pseudonyms help create accountability and continuity.
Dot Dot Dot: On the Internet, we are all the media
It’s a golden age for media manipulators. Why? Because they now have direct access to everyone.
Dot Dot Dot: Coming to terms with Terms of Service
Should companies be required to seek our input when they want to change their TOS?