Before coming to Digital Trends, Molly worked as a freelance writer, occasional photographer, and general technical lackey. She's a sucker for animated GIF blogs, hours-long Wikipedia hunts, road trips, YouTube binges, and the Portland Trail Blazers. Molly is a graduate of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications (go Ducks). You can find her on Twitter (@iammollymchugh) and Instagram (@mollygrams).
A NASA rocket launch used to be the stuff of hard-hitting science journalism, but in an era when the agency's social media division heads up some of its most successful missions, that's changing in weird and wonderful ways.
WTF, Internet? This week's Web indiscretion comes courtesy of the Tweeting Bra - perhaps the most blatant boob-affiliated pinkwashed product to hitch its ride to the massive commercial machine of Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Frustrated by Tumblr search? You weren't the only one. But with a helping hand from Yahoo, the feature is much improved and you can now find everything you're looking for instead of just hashtagged content.
After a lot of talk about ads on Instagram, the platform will finally introduce them starting next week to U.S. users. This is what they'll look like - go ahead and rage scream into a pillow somewhere.
YouTube-MP3 is one of the most popular YouTube rippers out there, and while it was found to be storing MP3s - which is against YouTube's terms and conditions - it will keep on helping you get free music thanks to a legal gray area.
Facebook has pulled a viral beheading video after user outrage - originally the site had said the video could remain live. Here are all the things that are not OK, even though the incredibly violent video was (at least for a moment).
12 million hotspots strong, Fon is the largest Wi-Fi network in the world, and now it's making a big U.S. push and also releasing its new Fonera router - which comes with Facebook support built in. Trust us, you'll like that part.
Sick of game suggestions and requests to rate movies? This Adblock Plus tool can get rid of them - but there could be cause for concern, given the fact the Adblock Plus isn't averse to working with ad creators.