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new research suggests that using social media too much—especially now, during the coronavirus outbreak—can lead to both depression and what researchers call “secondary trauma.”
We want to help you have a sense of what you might expect to find in the videos of the site’s most popular and influential content contributors.
You might think that in a year with as much real-life horror as 2020, audiences’ appetites for the theatrical variety might be dulled. But a quick glance at the movies released this month suggests otherwise.
In the Information Age, it’s critical to know not only how to access information, but where it’s coming from … and why.
Our Plugged In team raps about rap on the latest episode of The Plugged In Show.
There’s a war going on. And some of the battlefronts can appear to be the most unlikely places. You’ve heard of Roblox, right? If you
what’s streaming that might work well for your entertainment-hungry family? It just so happens there’s quite a few possibilities this month.
Facebook. Twitter. Instagram. Most of us use at least one social media service, and we know that they’re not altogether perfect. But as Adam Holz
Middle Earth has plenty of room for dwarves and elves, orcs and hobbits. But it is no place for an intimacy coordinator.
Technology is morally neutral, right? Not so fast. A new documentary on Netflix suggests there’s nothing neutral about social media at all.
Plugged In Parent’s Guide to Today’s Technology
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