Famous people and the media have always needed each other. It has been a long, mutually beneficial (and mutually profitable) partnership. And it’s over.
An interview about Black Lives Matter and the last 18 months of activism in America.
On the service’s multiple origin stories.Excerpted from Hatching Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship, and Betrayal.
Following two leading figures of the #BlackLivesMatter movement through five months of protests.
A French reporter went undercover as potential “caliphette” and recieved a marriage proposal from a senior ISIS commander.
A profile of the internet’s poet, Patricia Lockwood.
On the late singer Judee Sill, the virtual cemetery site Find a Grave, and memorials in the age of the Twitter RIP.
How a burgeoning tech workforce swallowed San Francisco.
A rape case in which most of the evidence lies in the archives of Twitter and Instagram divides a football-crazed town of 18,400.
A story written about Twitter and one its founders, Evan Williams, when the company’s chief source of revenue was subletting desks in their partially filled office.