Despite a reputation for uncontrollable twerk-age and a tongue that flaps outside of her mouth, Miley has things to say and is not afraid to say them. It is appalling how much we criticize each other.
What makes Twitter so amazing as a crowdsourced news source is its natural ability to become the ideal newspaper for each and every one of us. We choose our sources. They choose the content.
I was basically an agent, like in Entourage. Except I also produced content, I could wear jeans more often and I had a soul.
How do I love thee in 140 characters or less?
It's time to not only get mad when people laugh at our city, it's time to defend it.
You have to start seeing yourself as the artist you want to be, in order to become that person. Start valuing your art so that others may care.
While the pain and hurt that many feminists have experienced as a result of our online interactions with each other is quite real, I hope it is not the end of our story.
A recent Gartner study predicts that by 2015, 25 percent of large global organizations will appoint a Chief Digital Officer (CDO). The CIO and Enterprise IT, Mike Kail, CIO of Netflix offers a refreshing perspective.
After talking on the phone for an hour it became as clear as ever before: Ireland Baldwin is so much more than the pictures.
The metrics and values by which we construct business success comprise what we believe to be a false narrative of the world, which means serious risks to the world's most vulnerable communities.
Their forward-looking leaders recognized that, in fact, the biggest risk you can take is not taking risks.
"The rust of memory" is really the perfect way to describe nostalgia. While, admittedly, it can be pleasant to have some whimsical understanding of the past, I would ultimately argue that nostalgia is a negative that causes people sorrow in their present (regardless of whether this sorrow is justifiable).
Dear God, Famous People, what is so challenging about being aware of what comes out of your mouths via your brains via Twitter? What's so elusive about the obligation to be thoughtful about the 140-character comments you make online?
Elisa Gabbert is a poet and essayist whose most recent book, The Self Unstable, is a vibrant humming meditation on how we make our selves out of stories, data, and suggestion.
Knowing your audience has a new meaning. Along with figuring out what might interest humans, you increasingly need to appeal to machines.
There is literally nothing more irresponsible in today's media climate than cherry-picking from someone's thousands-deep Twitter history to either prove a point or a raise a conspiratorial red flag.