Racking up likes and followers today resembles the nonstop friending of 19th-century England. But Austen's characters figured out how to disengage.
This month, I’m doing something a little different with my column: I’m sharing the system I use to write it, so that you can use or adapt my system.
Canada has taken steps to address the potential for online misinformation ("fake news") in its upcoming election, but the internet changes rapidly.
A look at TV watching as a social activity, from the "water cooler" network shows of yore to today's "second screen" live-tweets.
If we name each generation based on the technological conditions it experienced, generations may soon encompass only a few years apiece.