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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s disingenuous charity scam, our end-of-the-year round-up, and listener mail.
When it’s not working out, should you simply ghost out?
The adorable pictographs are no longer just an afterthought designed to spruce up our texts.
A new Facebook study has found that found emoji, “haha,” and “hehe” have surpassed “lol” in usage. The Hash’s Molly Freeman and Dane Feldman weigh in on how they laugh online.
Relationship Week – Accepting a Facebook request, liking an Instagram post, favoriting a Tweet–these are actions that lead to everyday virtual interaction with one another, all of which begin online friendships. Could online friendships be more genuine than offline ones?
Blacklist Week – What’s it like to live in a town called Effin, Intercourse, or Dildo? BTR explores the naughty names of towns to give a taste of the experience.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the fields of psychology and technology.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the fields of psychology and technology.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the fields of psychology and technology.
This week theme on the Daily Beat: We take a look at the FOMO phenomenon from people on the streets as well as experts in the fields of psychology and technology.
FOMO Week – Facing regrets seems so easy nowadays–especially since the feeling arises so immediately. Some pscyhologists see FOMO as a type of regret and suggest taking breaks from social media if necessary.

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