Benedict Cumberbatch can't pronounce penguins.

One woman's experience as a comment moderator. Side by side with confessions of a former internet troll.

The web has corners that produce, in teenagers, a psychological effect not terribly dissimilar from the scene one might have encountered by running away to New York or San Francisco some 40 years ago. The landscape is obscure, the pressure to seem with it and local is immense, and the people you meet first, no matter how incidental the contact, assume an exaggerated gravity in your concept of the local topography.

trolling as an impulse has always been largely the domain of white men — and especially of those acutely aware of a world where the theoretical foundation of their inherited power is crumbling. They — we — are all anxious.

'Outlander' and TV's sexual revolution.

Another look at Paula Deen's cruise.

Advertisement

When your doge goes viral.

The tallest tower in the US is being built by a woman.

Advertisement

Futurama's physics nerd on math/science jokes

The digital trail/diaries of three teen girls involved in a murder.

Advertisement

Stopping domestic violence through comedy.

Celebrities weigh in on their favorite Simpsons episodes

Advertisement

How the internet changed dating and sex.

Jeopardy's What Women Want category was awful.

Advertisement

Wall St bankers are shockingly mostly white and male.

Classic Hollywood's first Asian American star. The writer of this piece wrote a book about scandals of classic hollywood and it is out today.

Advertisement