It’s never been easier to file complaints and it’s never been easier to ignore them, writes Jonathon Parker.
Evelyn Corr is suspicious of Facebook’s new satire tag.
Lucy Watson shares the cringes of our brave new world.
Reading list: Social media
All the campus news and goss from Week 1, Semester 2.
Vanessa Chevukwa Mukhebi and Clare Angel-Auld are on a mission to uncover the way in which sexism and discrimination can be conveniently hidden behind the guise of a ‘good cause’.
“You’ve also probably already resorted to using the word “hegemony” where it isn’t really applicable, drunk more alcohol than you’ve eaten fruit, and pretended to discover god multiple times in order to snag a snag off the EU three times in one week. In short: it’s week three and you’re back into the swing of things.”
Mariana Podesta-Diverio wishes that she couldn’t see that you’ve ‘seen’ and when you’ve ‘seen’ it, because it’s deeply concerning
Thomas O’Brien reflects on death in a digital age.
Nathan Olivieri explores the validity of our hasty online relationships