Aydian Dowling HER takeover

Trans man’s ‘takeover’ shows few knew this dating app wasn’t just for lesbians

A new promotion has caused some controvery—and maybe some clarification—about the app Her.

On by Ana Valens

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How Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence hacked Internet fame

The stars aren’t like us anymore. They are us.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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Joaquin Phoenix’s forehead is a better actor than Joaquin Phoenix

This guy is turning Hollywood upside-down.

On by Miles Klee

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For my father, Spike Jonze’s future can’t come soon enough

While some might see the attachment to technology in Her as a prison, to me it was liberating. 

On by Zan McQuade

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Seth Rogen would be the least helpful operating system ever

“Slow down, I ate too much mozzarella sticks,” says Seth Rogen in Him

On by Audra Schroeder

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Microsoft’s Cortana: Is Siri about to meet her match?

Move aside Siri, there is a new Her on the way.

On by Tim Sampson

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Is ‘Her’ about humanity, or how we’re transcending it?

“It becomes vastly apparent to Theodore that he, not Samantha, is now more resembling of technology.”

On by Gillian Branstetter

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This is who the Internet thinks should win the Golden Globes

I looked at Google Trends and Twitter analytics service Topsy to see who the frontrunners are for the 71st annual Golden Globes. 

On by Kate Knibbs

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Siri doesn’t find your ‘Her’ jokes amusing

Ha ha. Very original, iPhone owners.

On by Jay Hathaway

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The future of Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ is already here

Her is an indication of how much has changed since 2004: It shows what our alienation looks like today. 

On by Nico Lang

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