Being pretty is so, so hard. We know this because the the world's largest news site Daily Mail has a feature on it!
Tom Anderson gets nasty on Twitter... to prove a point about nastiness on Twitter. A blow-by-blow scorecard.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention.
In the same year that Reddit, 4chan and Anonymous all entered the mainstream lexicon, "trolling" had more of an effect online and offline than ever before.
RIP trolls -- anonymous Internet commenters that post nasty remarks on Facebook profiles, MySpace pages and other online traces of the deceased -- claim the whole horrifying practice is a social critique on the way we live our Web lives, according to this new study by Whitney Philips.
If the term "Internet troll" conjures up unintimidating images of angry, acne-faced computer geeks, the phrase "Internet water army" just sounds horrifying, like a force of besuited villains from a graphic novel.
Today's New York Times spotlights a $6.1 million ad campaign by the Mormon Church aimed at bringing new converts to the faith. One group of followers they may not have expected to attract? Hordes of Internet trolls.
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