Ever wondered how Wiki pages are updated so quickly when someone dies? It’s all thanks to a community of dedicated volunteers, who are so fast they even beat the BBC to announcing the Queen’s death.
Following a promising Labour Party conference, record-low polling for the Conservatives and reports of no-confidence letters already being sent to Liz Truss, the age of previously dismissed government “blunders” could finally be coming to an end.
We enlisted the help of a brand specialist to weigh in on the strategies of social media shotters, from Pinterest for potheads to blurry shots of bud.
ETH has finally become ETH 2.0. And it’s a big deal – huge, in fact. Why? Let’s break it down.
A national housing shortage, inflation and soaring rents means that UK university attendees are being forced to defer or drop out. How did we get here?
From her “legalise it” uni days to now blocking progressive policy, our new PM’s views on drug reform seem to be a little, well, hazy.
The real “That Girl” routine to live by.
Good news! You can finally get rid of your tweets’ typos. Bad news! Hate speech and misinformation just got a lot harder to police.
Apparently partying is only for depressed people who are running away from their problems. Raise your hand if you feel personally victimised.
In the twilight of his career, CR7 has become an unknowable entity: once a specimen of the future but now a man who is starting to become defined by the past.
Every celeb and their nan seems to be after a slice of the metaverse pie. So what have they got cooking? We’re so glad you asked.
It’s already affecting the weekly shop, but will coke be getting more costly? Simon Doherty speaks to four dealers to see if the cost-of-living crisis is hitting their trade.
New features are allowing us to discretely exit the chat and only tweet to our pals. So, why are we suddenly all going incognito?
Ever worried your cat’s looking a little too relaxed after you’ve hit the blunt while they're on your lap? We explore the effects it could be having on your beloved pet.
From queer raves to hedonistic mansion parties, these kinky, XXX-rated events aren’t as intimidating as you might think. Pull on your fishnets, it’s time to dive in.
Heard of this thing called Layer 2? No? Well, you might wanna read this.
If after-work drinks are leading to the £50 bag a little more than usual, our resident drugs columnist Simon Doherty weighs in on why that might be.
Exploring your sexuality while you're still figuring out the whole coming out thing can be, well, daunting to say the least. Luckily, our resident dating Agony Aunt Beth Ashley is on hand to help.
People having perpetual hallucinations from psychedelic drugs are finding a community on TripTok. But how rare is the condition, and is it becoming more common?
“MAKE INSTAGRAM INSTAGRAM AGAIN!” protests Kylie Jenner against Insta’s TikTokification. Is it a nail in the coffin for the platform or just a firm kick up the arse? Let’s unpack.
Laying down some ground rules with a date is awkward and scary, and we hate it. But it matters – a lot. Our resident agony aunt Beth Ashley is here to show you how it’s done.
Asking for a friend: Getting all your mates over before you go out-out this weekend? Here’s how to nail the sesh before the club like a pro.
The social app might position itself as the anti-Instagram, but it’s really just another avenue for us to pretend our lives are a highlight reel. Do we need the added (two minutes of) pressure?
So you’ve decided to dabble in the world of crypto. But what is a cryptocurrency exchange, and which type is best?