The Washington Post
- "In the Battle of Internet Mobs vs. the Law, the Internet Mobs Have Won"
- "How the Internet’s most earnest evangelist became its fiercest critic"
- "98 Personal Data Points that Facebook Uses to Target Ads to You"
- "The Apps that Want to End Monogamy Without Destroying Marriage"
- "How We're Unwittingly Letting Robots Censor the Web"
- "What Happens When @Everyword Ends"
- "How crowdsourcing solved a 20-year-old cold case"
- "The True Story Behind Zola"
- "Everyone you know will be able to rate you on the 'Yelp for People'"
- "I despise Pokémon Go, and there’s no way I’m the only one"
- "Inside Google's Sketchy Quest to Control the World's Knowledge"
- "I Paid $25 for an Invisible Boyfriend, and I Think I Might Be In Love"
- "The Big Myth Facebook Needs Everyone to Believe"
- "The Sad Spectacle of a Radical Misogynist's Basement Press Conference"
- "Is 'Rule 34' true? An investigation into the Internet's most risque law"
- "Want to Stop Online Harassment? Try Banning the Men"
- "I Think I May Have Solved Instagram's Greatest Mystery, But You'll Have to Figure It Out On Your Own"