Woman duped on Tinder inadvertently inspires Twitter meme
What five words would ruin your Tinder date?
On Sep 18, 2018 by Stacey Ritzen
This YouTuber is using pedophilia and incest as clickbait
He's asking for forgiveness.
On Apr 13, 2018 by Josh Katzowitz
Twitter is obsessed with this story about giant crabs eating Amelia Earhart
This is wild.
On Nov 14, 2017 by David Covucci
You’ll never believe how Facebook is going to kill clickbait on its site
The social network will look for posts that either withhold information or use sensational language.
On May 18, 2017 by Phillip Tracy
How spammers nearly destroyed the biggest ‘Simpsons’ meme page
Don't have a cow, man.
On Aug 24, 2016 by Miles Klee
‘Where my shrimps’ may be just the beginning of Weird Facebook clickbait hijacks
It's just scams all the way down.
On Aug 10, 2016 by April Siese
Facebook says people don’t like clickbait; what it does next is totally expected
Facebook to show more straightforward news, which is apparently what you want.
On Aug 4, 2016 by Selena Larson
Facebook won’t help ‘Where my shrimps’ admins get their meme page back from hacker
Facebook the company has been less than helpful.
On Jul 25, 2016 by April Siese
How a phony feminist became the Web’s most hated clickbait artist
Baiters gonna bait.
On Mar 1, 2016 by Ryan Scott
‘Battle Hymn of the Digital Publisher’: a media epic in verse
This is what they must have meant / When they spoke of 'shareable content.'
On Sep 11, 2015 by Dave Infante
How dictionary-makers are building an encyclopedia of Internet slang
But they might never make it into print.
On May 27, 2015 by Selena Larson
You’ll never guess which word just made it into the dictionary
This is epic.
On May 26, 2015 by Miles Klee
I love the Internet even though it’s on the Internet
Everybody hates the Internet. All hate is self-hate.
On Mar 10, 2015 by [email protected]
5 things we learned from Andrew Sullivan’s independent journalism experiment
It’s pretty damn hard to get people to pay for text-based news content online.
On Feb 3, 2015 by Simon Owens