Advice from Common Sense Media editors. Fifteen minutes of fame used to sound too short. But now -- with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and a thousand other ways to get news instantly -- fame is more fleeting than ever. One minute you're watching the world take the Ice Bucket Challenge, and the...
You know how sometimes you're just so full of artistic energy and creative brilliance that you have no choice but to throw back your head and howl like a pop music wolf? Well, musicians do. YouTuber "The Cutting Room" has assembled this montage of 60 songs between 2006 and 2015, charting pop music's infatuation with "Whoa-oo-oh!" It's not that all these songs are bad (some of them definitely are) but after a while, you do start to wonder how much of this is real energy and how much of it was a s
Fifty years ago, TIME magazine released its cover story where they profiled a group of teens, asking them questions on everything from music to drinking. This year, the magazine posed teens the same questions -- and their answers probably won't surpr...
The Lego Movie co-director and co-writer Phil Lord seems to be taking his film’s Oscar snubbing in stride.
On Twitter, he posted this image, showing why he doesn’t need some fancy Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to award him a trophy to let him know how awesome his movie was. He just went and made his own out of Legos, thank you very much ...
Andrew Watts has an excellent take on modern social media from a teen's perspective: Those are some reasons why many people my age tend to use Instagram more than they do Facebook. Everything about the application makes it less commercialized and more focused on the content, meaning more teens are inclined to visit it. When […]
How I’m Informed is a look into the reading and learning habits of people from all walks of life. Tweet me @kaviguppta if you know someone interesting who should be featured. Danah Boyd is Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research.
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