36:36 | Jul 24th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In the social media world, Instagram has dominated as the most used app in 2019, but what happened to Snapchat? Ashley Carman and Kaitlyn Tiffany dive into where Snapchat is after Instagram stole thei...Show More
I still use Snapchat and this hits it right on the head!
42:33 | Nov 7th, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
This week, Vox.com’s Kaitlyn Tiffany and Ashley Carman ask why we type the way we do — even if its grammatically incorrect.
This light fun pod asks: Who do people purposefully fight autocorrect and text a certain way?
22:47 | Oct 24th, 2017More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Here it is! The second episode of a new Verge podcast called Why’d You Push That Button. Last week, we started things off with Tinder’s Super Like feature. This week, we’re talking about read receipts...Show More
This actually kind of changed my mind about read receipts.
32:32 | Aug 7th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
I have sad news today: we’re publishing the season 4 finale of Why’d You Push That Button? The good news, though, is that it’s a really great episode! Today, Kaitlyn Tiffany and I (Ashley Carman) are ...Show More
The little blue check initially served as a way to validate the authenticity of a person of note to differentiate from impersonators, but no...Show More
39:46 | May 1st, 2018More Details keyboard_arrow_right
I’m calling this week’s episode of Why’d You Push That Button the “politics of unfollowing” episode. What makes someone click that unfollow button, and why does it hurt our feelings when they do? Kait...Show More
30:14 | Jul 31st, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Instagram introduced its Close Friends feature, the ability for users to assign followers to a Close Friends list and only post Stories for them, nearly a year ago. At the time, it seemed like an offi...Show More
36:24 | Jul 17th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
In 2019, what's really going down in people's Instagram and Twitter direct messages? How has the behavior and usage changed over the past few years? Kaitlyn Tiffany and Ashley Carman interview people ...Show More
39:49 | May 29th, 2019More Details keyboard_arrow_right
Anonymous accounts can be essential for creatives on the internet and also a tool for others to detach themselves from their work. This week, The Verge’s Ashley Carman and Vox’s Kaitlyn Tiffany talk t...Show More