Digital Culture

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On June 11, the world changed for the weirder. It’s a day that probably flew under the radar for most people — during quarantimes, if you’ve seen one day you’ve likely seen the next thirty.

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The content on my various social media timelines has changed a lot in the past few months. I’m sure this is true for anybody on the internet.

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It’s that time again, folks: Time to light all the candles you own, place them in a circle and pray to the Black Friday gods that the consoles you did not pre-order are in stock and some bot monitoring the website won’t rob you of your chance to experience the future of video games.

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For as long as the modern music industry has been around, the idea of scenes has been critical to understanding how the artform evolves. Geographic regions and even individual cities are often tied to a certain subgenre, from the east coast vs.

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On Oct. 4, 1957, the Soviet Union successfully launched the first artificial Earth satellite, Sputnik 1, into orbit.

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The idea of the hero is nearly as old as time itself, reaching all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia with “The Epic of Gilgamesh,” through the Middle Ages and “Beowulf,” all the way to our modern society, itself saturated with tales of spandex-clad do-gooders saving both cats from trees a

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It is 2013 and I am a seventh grader. My history teacher is lecturing us on Medieval Europe, but I'm not listening. As my classmates furiously take notes on the feudal system, my friend Ian and I are focused on something much more important.

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There’s something inherently romantic about the fantasy of leaving the hustle and bustle of a city for the calm, uninhabited serenity of nature.

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It’s hard to imagine a time when watching videos on the internet was not a simple, unified process.

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Emily Montes is 5 years old, TikTok famous and may have just dropped one of the most important albums of the year.