If you haven’t stumbled across the new internet phenomenon that is TikTok, I’m slightly jealous. Millions of young people have been caught in the snare of the social media app – 689 million users every month, to be precise.
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Move over Twitter, TikTok is the new kid on the block Social media is toxic. From Twitter to Facebook, online discourse is at an all-time low with trolling, misinformation, and culture wars dictating the news cycle. Journalists are now in the firing line as a result. News outlets must
Twenty years ago, if you replied to someone’s question with the phrase “just Google it”, you would have received a blank stare, quickly followed by a comment regarding your wellbeing. Fast forward to 2006 and the word “Google” was officially recognised in the Oxford English Dictionary. But while the iconic
Scroll down your Facebook timeline. Go on, do it. Spot anything? Aside from the lengthy Trump statuses and the “March for the NHS” events, you’ll notice your timeline is packed full of videos. Videos capturing cringe-inducing blunders, videos reporting news stories, and recipe videos. Mouth-watering, tantalising, gluttony-inducing recipe videos. Video