Maria at The Hathor Legacy looks at the Paranormal Activity franchise from the standpoint of abuse, neglect and gaslighting. “It’s also a reminder that one of the franchise’s major themes is that when women and children are victims of abuse, they are not only not likely to be […]
2 more responses to the unmasking of a Reddit troll: Mote & Beam‘s Joel Johnson writes about Reddit’s possible coming of age and, at The Atlantic, Whitney Phillips writes about trolling, from an academic perspective.
In writing about–and exposing the identity of–Reddit moderator and troll, Violentacrez, Adrian Chen makes an interesting point, well, many interesting points in this excellent piece for The Gawker: “When it comes to mods, the political model of Reddit is not so much a vast digital democracy, as […]
Andre at Black Nerd Comedy has some advice on how not to be a creeper at cons (and pretty much anywhere else) in his latest, “Black Nerd Rant.”
With some help from Martin Luther King, Jr., Erin Kissane starts talking about how to build a better internet.
Leaping once more into the breach, Dr. Nerdlove writes about “the Internet Hate Machine” and Feminist Frequency‘s Anita Sarkeesian. “There’s a good question as to just why there’s this active core of hatred and fear of women in geek culture and why they seem so determined to silence anyone–women especially–who […]