Nicholas White is the founder and editor in chief of the Daily Dot. His work has appeared in Wired, PBS, the Associated Press and elsewhere, and his reporting has been honored for excellence in journalism by the Associated Press.
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If all the Web’s a game, how do you decide who wins?
On Sep 27, 2012 by Nicholas White
The Internet has the power to address important issues of sexism and “thinspiration.” It’s just a matter of rising to the challenge.
On Sep 13, 2012 by Nicholas White
We need the kind of social institutions that will direct the new flood of speech productively.
On Sep 6, 2012 by Nicholas White
Internet-savvy politicians are showing how the Web can drastically alter the relationship between government and the governed.
On Aug 30, 2012 by Nicholas White
In the Daily Dot’s first year, the Web changed in profound and unexpected ways, ascending into pop culture like never before.
On Aug 23, 2012 by Nicholas White
Trying to grasp the gray area of personal security between Chatroulette and Trapwire.
On Aug 16, 2012 by Nicholas White
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.
On Aug 9, 2012 by Nicholas White
Here’s hoping YouTube’s $200 million investment in premium content functions to support the voices that make the network so engaging and original.
On Aug 2, 2012 by Nicholas White
With rampant trolling and fake accounts online, pseudonyms help create accountability and continuity.
On Jul 26, 2012 by Nicholas White
It’s a golden age for media manipulators. Why? Because they now have direct access to everyone.
On Jul 19, 2012 by Nicholas White
Should companies be required to seek our input when they want to change their TOS?
On Jul 5, 2012 by Nicholas White
What Ze Frank, a 9-year-old food blogger, the military, and Reddit can teach us about empathy.
On Jun 28, 2012 by Nicholas White