President Joe Biden speaks during a press conference at the White House in January 2022.
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While President Joe Biden has low approval ratings, few other American presidents − with the exception of FDR and Warren Harding − have experienced such a run of good media luck.
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Training AI systems with more focused data sets can target them to a specific use.
Elon Musk has both sparked and permitted antisemitism on X, the social media platform he now owns.
Antisemitism on X recycles ancient tropes falsely blaming Jewish people for a wide range of social and political ills, and for their own victimization.
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Some users fear an uptick in hostile content following the removal of the feature.
The move could jeopardise users’ safety and might even get the platform banned from the Google and Apple app stores.
Would a fight help them prove to themselves that they are ‘real men,’ despite their soft − probably manicured − hands?
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‘Performances of virility’ tend to coincide with beliefs that masculinity is either in crisis or under attack.
Everything apps are designed to help you do, well, just about everything you do on a phone.
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Everything apps offer a wide range of features, combining social media with personal finances. But creating the perfect everything app is no easy task.
The high-risk adventure of air travel has been subdued, yet today’s long flights can paradoxically feel torturous.
Over the past 60 years, the duration of flights has remained roughly the same, while passengers have been subjected to more indignities, longer waits and more cancellations.
Elon Musk, owner of X Holdings Corp., changed Twitter, Inc. to X Corp. He announced the change on July 23, 2023.
Consumers relate to brands and logos on an emotional level. The response to Elon Musk’s rebranding of Twitter has revealed the emotional connections people have to the brands they use.
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A rebranding expert on what may lie in store for the transformed social media platform.
So far, Twitter’s rebrand = X + why?
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A scholar of design who researches brand campaigns critiques the social media platform’s new look.
A man removes the Twitter sign at the company’s headquarters after owner Elon Musk announced a rebrand to X.
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Musk has completed the ultimate act of disruption to Twitter by rebranding the platform. Here’s what that means for the future of the company and its users.
Twitter has been officially rebranded to X, in a process many would deem chaotic. But we can still try to make sense of it.
Threads is the latest social media platform to try to take on Twitter.
In the marketplace of ideas, for an app or product to be considered successful, it must be widely adopted for it to represent an innovation.
Ready or not, sex in space will be happening within the decade.
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With competitors like Threads launching, where does Twitter go from here?
Meta’s new Threads platform is going gangbusters, but that doesn’t mean it will replace Twitter.
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The communities that call Twitter home might decide to pack their bags. If they do, they are unlikely to be able to completely reconstitute themselves elsewhere.
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Twitter is in trouble, but is Meta’s Threads a viable alternative for disaffected users? Experts explain.
In the battle for Twitter’s followers, this may be the end game.
Ayn Rand’s dystopian fable about government meddling in free-market arrangements remains hugely influential, including with Elon Musk. Donald Trump, too, is an Ayn Rand fan. Why is she so popular?