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Instagram takes a smarter stance on the female body, but it still has work to do

Instagram has updated its community guidelines to make it clear what will be allowed onto its photo-sharing service and what’s likely to be deleted on sight. The rules are similar to before, but an Instagram spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal that the “language is just stronger” than it was in older versions. The updated [...]

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Tinder hooks up with Instagram in a perfect match of two rose-tinted, narcissistic apps

Tinder users will now be able to share their most recent Instagram photos on the popular dating app. The feature even works if the user’s Instagram profile is private, allowing them to share the photos without compromising their privacy. Of course, people were already sharing their Instagram photos on the dating app. Tinder president Sean [...]

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Alesso tops ACDC and Drake as the most Instagrammed set of Coachella

Dancing Astronaut – EDM, trap, techno, deep house, dubstep Though the first weekend of Coachella is already behind us, attendees are still reeling about the amalgamation of talent from the desert festival. It may come as a surprise that even over the already infamous Madonna and Drake moment and ACDC’s triumphant return, Alesso topped both headlining artists as [...]

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New report says Facebook still cool with the teens

Despite all the doom and gloom about Facebook’s chances of surviving in a world dominated by WhatsApp and Snapchat and other, newer services, teens are reportedly still using it more often than they’re interacting with other social networks. Pew reports that Facebook is the “most popular and frequently used social media platform among teens,” with roughly 71 [...]

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Instagram’s Layout helps Facebook take over your phone one app at a time

Instagram has made a new app. It lets people take several photos, mash them together, and turn them into collages that can then be shared to various sites. (Obviously it would prefer if those sites were named Instagram or Facebook.) It’s called Layout, and early impressions of the app seem to be mostly positive. Many [...]

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Meerkat might not change the world, but at least it’s authentic

The world needs another Meerkat thinkpiece like it needs another Guns N’ Roses album. But, just as Axl Rose and company can’t (or won’t) stop making music, I can’t stop myself from commenting on the live-streaming service nobody in tech will shut up about. By now you’ve probably had Meerkat explained to you more times [...]

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Twenty20 raises $8M, removes the velvet rope on its crowdsourced stock photo platform

Twenty20 has long hinted at ambitions to reshape the way stock photography is sourced. But for the better part of its three years in operation, the company has looked, at least from the outside, more like a photo enthusiasts community, akin to early Instagram or VSCO today. If only we could have seen this duck’s [...]

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Can I Get an Instagram Shout-Out from a Celeb for My Birthday?

Across the vast and teeming wilds of the Instagram comment sections of popular celebrity accounts, certain questions echo: "Follow back?" "Like my pic?" "Can I eat your pussy?" For years, scholars and scientists of the celebrity Instagram have wondered: Are these requests ever fulfilled? Let’s find out. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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Cadillac goes white-out on social media as prelude to Oscars announcement [w/video]

Filed under: Marketing/Advertising, Videos, Cadillac, United States, Luxury Cadillac’s social media presence across the web is now blank, in preparation for the debut a new advertising campaign during the Oscars. Continue reading Cadillac goes white-out on social media as prelude to Oscars announcement [w/video] Cadillac goes white-out on social media as prelude to Oscars announcement [...]

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Stewart Butterfield: Was it a mistake to sell Flickr to Yahoo? It’s complicated…

For much of the 2000s, if you wanted to post a photo to the Internet, whether for a Craigslist ad or a blog post, Flickr was your first and last choice. Even Blogger lacked its own photo-uploading tool, instructing users to create a Flickr account to do so. When Stewart Butterfield, Flickr’s cofounder and tonight’s PandoMonthly guest, sold [...]

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