A decidedly unscientific appraisal of why the hell they bother.
The group chat among Texas Tech students is only the most recent example of the consequences of offensive digital behavior.
Guest column: We need to fix social media before next year’s elections.
Social media managers had to handle unprecedented social media activity during the storm.
The AfD gained significant power in Sunday’s election, thanks in part to a Texas company’s hate-mongering digital campaign.
Houston politicians may have lied to the city's residents about the ferocity of the storm. If they did lie, they did the right thing.
The bestselling author of 'The Rap Yearbook' is sharing his success with fast food workers and thrift store customers.
Austin’s reputation as Texas’s most progressive city takes another hit.
The deep fryer defender’s social media profile has since deleted the threatening image.
It’s time to consider what role social media should have in policing.
Seems like a #GreatUseOfTime, #right?
In Reynosa, a brave and conflicted group of social media users goes where journalists fear to tread.
A seventeen-year-old posted a photo online that was powerful enough to get him arrested for making terrorist threats at a time when police departments are taking messages on social media more seriously than ever.
Houston Astros pitcher Dallas Keuchel is one of five American League players vying for the last spot in the All-Star Game. And for six hours on Thursday, all tweets count as votes.
Cops take to their cameras with #tweetalongs—but is it fair for officers to tweet out pictures of the people they stop?
The latest Johnny Football social media non-story, in which the Aggies' Heisman Trophy winner disses College Station in a tweet (and then deletes it).
By The Daily Beast. We already knew they were great.
If there’s one thing Texans love more than saying y’all, it’s a good argument. Texas Monthly readers react to the Department of Criminal Justice’s use of “ya’ll” instead of “y’all.”
There's another Dr Pepper boycott in the works, and this one has nothing to do with real cane sugar.
The former U.S. vice president visits Austin for a SXSW Interactive keynote talk with social media impresario Sean Parker.
The senior editor on her glimpse into Austin Mahone's rise to teen pop stardom in a world where YouTube and Twitter are making adults in the music business scratch their heads.
Austin Mahone is sixteen years old. He doesn’t have a record contract, a tour bus, or a backing band. But he does have more than 650,000 followers on Twitter and the email addresses of 2,000,000 fans. Meet San Antonio’s answer to Justin Bieber.
What a day in the Twitter life of Austin Mahone is like.
Dean Terry of the University of Texas at Dallas has invented "EnemyGraph," a new Facebook app for things you hate.
If Tahitian sailors could find Hawaii using only their testicles, I ought to be able to survive the modern world without a computer. But, hell, it looks like I can't.