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The former "Bachelorette" star said that "what we see in others at any given moment is not the whole picture."
Elon Musk locked his Twitter account this week, having convinced himself that something was awry within the website’s all-powerful algorithm. “Made my account private until tomorrow morning to test whether you can see my private tweets more than my public ones,” Musk wrote just after midnight US eastern time on Feb. 1.
Chaya Raichik from Libs of TikTok, Ian Miles Cheong and Ben Shapiro all complained their online voices were being unfairly silenced.
- Myrtle Beach Sun News
The wife of missing Loris, SC boater is among thousands of people turning to social media as authorities continue their search.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada, the author of the worst tech layoff email in recent months, wants you to know that she’s sorry. She refused to use the word “layoffs” and quoted Martin Luther King Jr., perhaps not right thing to do when laying off 7% of your employees.
According to a new study by ‘Bet Massachusetts,’ The Bay State has been ranked as loneliest state on Valentine’s Day.
OpenAI has announced the launch of a paid version of ChatGPT that, for $20 a month, will allow you to...uh, keep using ChatGPT, I guess.
Netflix is cracking down on password sharing again, this time by raising prices for accounts featuring profiles for multiple households.
Meta’s CTO bemoans the company’s philanthropy and perks as distractions. But they might be vital to its culture
Philanthropy efforts, product features, and workplace perks? They just "create drag," says Meta CTO Andrew Bosworth.
- The Independent
Billionaire locked his own acount after complaints from Ian Miles Cheong and ‘Libs of TikTok’
A clip of a group of passengers performing a sing-along on a delayed flight has divided viewers on whether it's their worst nightmare or kind of charming
A video of a plane performance was viewed over 13.5 million times as people debated whether they'd respond well to the unique entertainment.
- Yahoo Finance
ChatGPT is on track to surpass 100 million monthly active users, according to data compiled by UBS.
Aiming to monetize what's become a viral phenomenon, OpenAI today launched a new pilot subscription plan for ChatGPT, its text-generating AI that can write convincingly human-like essays, poems, emails, lyrics and more. "We plan to refine and expand this offering based on your feedback and needs."
- USA TODAY
Netflix will roll out a new password sharing policy as early as March. What you need to know about how it will be enforced and how much it will cost.
- American City Business Journals
DraftKings Inc. has joined Wayfair Inc., HubSpot Inc. and other publicly traded tech companies in Massachusetts in laying off workers.
Jack Dorsey-backed decentralized social media project Nostr has launched its Damus mobile app on Apple's app store, which some bitcoiners say could replace Twitter as the next censorship-resistant global social network. CoinDesk Executive Director of Global Content Emily Parker discusses what we know so far.
Here's everything you need to know about Finneas's girlfriend Claudia Sulewski, who walked the 2022 Grammys red carpet with him.
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DeVaris Brown and Alphonzo “Phonz” Terrell used to work for Twitter. Now, they work for themselves.