#Halloween #adorable #greatidea More
Topic: Social Media
Whether it’s a celebration of self-love, a demonstration of girl power, or just a fun way to bend societal norms and freak people out, I’m so into it. More
Last night the EPA announced it was a C-List celebrity in Kim Kardashian: Hollywood. More
If you love social media as much as we do, try out this hashtag manicure that combines cute nail art and Twitter! More
This photo from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West‘s wedding in Paris just broke the Instagram ‘Likes’ record, beating another really annoying couple. More
In all fairness, Triana Lavey’s decision makes total sense. Photoshop is expensive!
US Airways has officially won the race for worst use of social media of all time, and we don’t think anybody is ever going to take this prize away from them. More
Breakups are awful, but when you add in Facebook, Twitter and the like, they’re fifty times worse. Let’s commiserate. More
You just know the kind of person who would get married at the W Hotel and spend $3,000 on someone to Instagram her wedding is the kind of person who will flip her damn shit if you use the Amaro filter instead of Valencia. More
Facebook, the site that is notorious for not removing pages and photos that are actually offensive and banning photos that aren’t, has done it again. The site banned a family from posting pictures of the few hours they had with their child who was born with a severe birth defect. The images are a touching testament to a parent’s love for their child, and it is really heinous that Facebook considered them “offensive.” More
Have you ever lamented the fact that there’s really no where you can go to be told what makeup to buy (aside from women’s magazines, beauty blogs, beauty vlogs, and pinterest)? More
Cadavers? Generally not cute. More
Who knew that my former classmates hung out with Rihanna? I did, but that’s just because I’ve been hate Facebook stalking. More
Social media can be a terrible hotbed of brutal #proana sentiments and triggering nonsense. The internet can be an unhealthy world for sick girls to retreat to where eating disorders are glamorized and encouraged. Apparently, it doesn’t have to be like that and social media can be a nice thing. One instagram at a time, this rad teen proves the internet can be used for good and that recovered life is way more positive than the throes of a disease like anorexia.