Selected Media Writing/Coverage/Appearances:
The Smithsonian Magazine, Facebook Might Help You Live Longer, According to Facebook Researchers
The Independent, The etiquette of celebrity selfies, and other modern dilemmas
The Huffington Post, Are Young People Really ‘Addicted’ to Social Media?
itv News, Tech No
BBC World Service Radio, World Have Your Say, Has Facebook done anything wrong?
The Wall Street Journal, What is the Outlook for Twitter?
The Wall Street Journal, Twitter’s Big Battle Is Indifference
BBC Radio Four, Thinking Allowed, Twitter; Elite University Admissions
The Smithsonian Magazine, Social Media Is Not Making You a Ball of Stress
Sputnik News, #JesuisCharlie: Social Media and Online Propaganda
The Hindu, Tragedy and the twitterati
The Runnymede Trust, Race Card: The Material Girl Instagrams the N-Word
The Conversation: Write on Facebook’s timeline for its birthday – you’re still friends
BBC World Service Radio, World Have Your Say: Is there an honourable way to deal with terminal illness?
International Business Times: Why Did Twitter Users Say Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Will Smith were Dead?
Der Tagesspiegel, SEO-Strategien Das sieht gut aus
BBC World Service Radio, World Have Your Say: The young generation are thinking differently now
New York Times: In Recruiting, Facebook and Twitter Are Coaches’ Friends
National Public Radio, MPBN: Bowdoin Professor Puts Social Media Expertise Into Book
SmartMoney: 10 Things Facebook Won’t Say
The Huffington Post: Allure of the Hive: Experts on Connectivity, Social Networking and Social Change (discusses a panel Dhiraj participated in, which included Sean Parker, founding president of Facebook)
Sun Sentinel: Social media a game-changer in all aspects of football
Tampa Bay Tribune: Not all of Hillsborough’s top seniors are connected to social media
The Forecaster: Bowdoin students’ Facebook ‘detox’ brings clarity