Ask experts for advice on online dilemmas


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I’ll let you in on a little secret: sometimes even your most online friend is confused by the internet. If You you are the most online friend i know you can relate.

There’s only so much time each person can devote to keeping up with the layered backstory to the latest meme, following the drama unfolding in a corner of the internet you’ve never heard of, figuring out how to use the new social media platform everyone’s talking about, or an investigation into why people on dating apps have suddenly started replacing actual emoticons with “:)” and what obscure subtext you might be missing.

You don’t have time to become a TikTok expert in the one week you have before you start your new job that you’re pretty sure they only offered you because you told them you were a TikTok expert even though you only tried to post TikTok once and giving up in frustration after four hours of surfing popular audio drains your phone’s battery.

And some things are just too awkward to ask: How do you quietly exit a group chat if you’ve decided you hate someone in it? Is there a way to tell people they’re not allowed to post pictures of your party on social media because you want to carefully curate the image without being accused of being a narcissistic fraud? And, by the way, why is the internet suddenly accusing everyone of being narcissistic freaks?

It’s like what you need is a one-stop shop that will find the exact expert you need for your every online dilemma and provide you with a solution to any internet conundrum you may encounter.

Enter: Insider’s Internet Drama Clinic.

Our team of digital culture journalists will draw on our collective knowledge, as well as our Rolodex (read: Twitter lists) of internet culture experts who can offer advice on everything from voice memo etiquette to how to you’re navigating the Gen Z vs. Millennial culture wars.

No online concern is too big or too small for us. We will help you find the solution.

Submit all tantalizing questions and desperate inquiries through this form.

talk to you soon
Your exclusively online friends.


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