Platonic friendships have started to take centre stage in the fabric of people's lives after being confined to the periphery of interpersonal ties in the past. While sexual relationships have long caught poets' and minstrels' attention, the more subtle attraction of platonic relationships is currently enjoying the spotlight of social scrutiny. This change has caused many of us to give serious thought to the complex and profound nature of friendship itself.
Instagram’s much-hyped microblogging app, Threads has been officially launched, and it looks a lot like Elon Musk’s Twitter. According to AP News, Meta Platform’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that around 10 million people have registered for Threads in the first seven hours of its launch. So, does it have a real chance to overtake Twitter?
Prarthana Fardin Dighi had to face a lot of criticism for her weight. She was constantly bullied on social media, where many claimed she wasn't fit enough to be an actress.
“The real victims in this tragedy are the ones who didn’t get any friend requests despite the glitch and me,” said Mark.
When certain types of books are consistently marketed and sold more than others, it can result in a lack of diversity in the types of stories and perspectives that are being shared
I had decided my algorithm required some tough love if we were to get along.
It’s essential to have a healthy relationship with social media so that we can navigate around it without letting it affect us in a harmful way.
Ramadan, the blessed month for Muslims globally, allows us to introspect and break out of habits that do not add any value to our life but rather cause damage. Many people look forward to Ramadan as a golden opportunity to break out of their habit of smoking and live a healthier lifestyle. In this digital age, many of us are addicted to our phones and various social media apps. So, what more of an auspicious time can you have than now to break out of your smartphone addiction?