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FRANKIE SAYS RELAX

Long retired from TV, the "Malcolm in the Middle" star has found a new art form: turning his Twitter into a litany of physical and psychological pain. Does he think it's as funny as we do?

*RIFF FROM 'HOTEL CALIFORNIA' PLAYS*

It was MyLife that broke me. After spending hours studying FAQ pages, sending terse emails and making occasional phone calls in an earnest-if-naive attempt to take back some control of my personal information online, I had my first demoralizing moment.

NO TAKEBACKS

Or: What backlink trading on Google has in common with Washington, DC's unusual legal pot economy.

SWEET DEALS

Edward is 20 years old and he has never had a job. Unlike most of his peers, he didn't work Saturday shifts in restaurants or grocery stores as a teenager, but also unlike most of his peers, he graduated high school $20,000 richer than when he started.

OH BUFFER

While the rest of the world has evolved to a place where we can track anything at all times and order anything from anywhere, government has been hopelessly stranded on an island in 1993.

VERTICAL LIMIT

I have ventured into the wilds of Quibi. I've wandered through its six-minute attention traps. I've sampled its daily updates, its serious dramas, its strange, surreal comedies, and its reality shows. But I still can't tell you exactly what Quibi is.

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