Tesla puts out a job ad for fanboys to calm down angry customers with smashed windows, while Jack Dorsey tries to decentralise social media.
Sea shanties have taken over TikTok and the San Francisco office market is in collapse. Maybe a Tamagotchi would make you feel better.
Everyone's heading to the Magic City, where temperatures are high and taxes are low.
Vice is putting food porn on OnlyFans and Zoom is making it possible to spend more time arguing with your family...from a distance!
Record labels are launching TikToks for deceased stars, and search engines are changing the way we ask questions.
It turns out tracking is okay when you make it into a shareable story, but people are absolutely fed up with being guilt-tripped by an imaginary owl.
While workers protest across 15 countries for #MakeAmazonPay, bots are snapping up the best Black Friday deals, and everybody's playing....chess.
YouTube continues to promote conspiracy theorists, Zuckerberg and Dorsey get grilled again, and something weird's going on with the pope on Instagram.
Right wing 'influencers' take their followers to Parler, Facebook and Google extend their political ads ban, and BuzzFeed releases a branded vibrator.
The 2020 election is as messy as expected, Prop 22 goes through, and YouTube science communication faces the same challenges as academia.