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Wrap star: Dr Deborah Birx's ever-changing scarves captivate the internet

Accessories favoured by White House coronavirus taskforce coordinator have gained their own following onlineCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDr Deborah Birx, the White House’s coronavirus taskforce coordinator is known for her reassuring appearances at Donald Trump’s erratic and often astonishing White House press briefings.Most recently, a video of her face as the US president suggested injecting disinfectant into human beings might cure coronavirus went viral. As Tru...
Tags: Instagram, White House, US, World news, US news, Donald Trump, Trump, Coronavirus outbreak, Deborah Birx, Birx


Wrap star: Dr Deboarh Birx's ever-changing scarves captivate the internet

Accessories favoured by White House coronavirus task force coordinator have gained their own following onlineCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageDr Deborah Birx, the White House’s coronavirus task force coordinator is known for her reassuring appearances at Donald Trump’s erratic and often astonishing White House press briefings.Most recently, a video of her face as the US president suggested injecting disinfectant into human beings might cure coronavirus went viral. As T...
Tags: Instagram, White House, US, World news, US news, Donald Trump, Trump, Coronavirus outbreak, Deborah Birx, Birx, Deboarh Birx


Positive international LGBTQ news

It’s been a whacky couple of months. March went in like a lion and out like a Stranger Things Demogorgon, and although April still feels like we’re living in the middle of a dystopian novel, LGBTQuarantine has spawned something worth celebrating — international solidarity. Whether it’s online Pride celebrations replacing canceled parades, the Lady Gaga stan who typed out the forthcoming Chromatica tracklist for the rest of us to enjoy, or the crowds of queer folks figuring out how to get laid...
Tags: Travel, New York, Rachel Maddow, Instagram, Jimmy Fallon, Youtube, Boston, Virginia, New York City, US, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Cnn, Chicago, Broadway


Mark Zuckerberg says relaxing shelter-in-place rules too soon will cause the pandemic to worsen and may 'guarantee' future outbreaks (FB)

After Facebook reported better-than-expected earnings on Wednesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg opined about the damage of reopening the US economy too soon. "I worry that reopening too quickly will almost guarantee future outbreaks and worse health and economic outcomes," he said. Facebook is seeing surging use, but the company acknowledges this probably won't last after the pandemic. It also acknowledged a "significant reduction" in the demand for advertising. Visit Business Insider's homepage for m...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Instagram, US, Trends, Zuckerberg


‘Avatar 2’ Set Photo Shows the Return of Sigourney Weaver

James Cameron‘s Avatar 2, which will take us back to the world of Pandora first established in his 2009 record-smashing blockbuster behemoth, had to shut down its New Zealand production last month due to the coronavirus pandemic. But today, the film’s official Twitter account shared a behind-the-scenes photo (hopefully taken long before that shutdown) that gives us our first look at returning characters played by Sigourney Weaver and Joel David Moore. Does this photo indicate that the sequel wi...
Tags: Images, Movies, Instagram, Sci-fi, Pandora, Avatar, Sequels, New Zealand, Sigourney-Weaver, James Cameron, 20th Century Fox, Avatar 2, Jon, Weaver, Action/Adventure, Disney/Pixar


This $40 Lomography camera is a cross between a GoPro and disposable film

The Lomography Aqua doesn't need filters — and isn't confined to the beach
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Lomography, Film Camera, Underwater Camera, Disposable Camera


Instagram ‘pods’ game the algorithm by coordinating likes and comments on millions of posts

Researchers at NYU have identified hundreds of groups of Instagram users, some with thousands of members, that systematically exchange likes and comments in order to game the service’s algorithms and boost visibility. In the process, they also trained machine learning agents to identify whether a post has been juiced in this way. “Pods,” as they’ve been dubbed, straddle the line between real and fake engagement, making them tricky to detect or take action against. And while they used to be a nic...
Tags: Google, Social, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Tech, Nyu, Tandon School of Engineering, Greenstadt, Rachel Greenstadt, Janith Weerasinghe, Weerasinghe


Mark Zuckerberg warns that relaxing shelter-in-place rules too soon will cause the pandemic to worsen, saying it will 'guarantee' future outbreaks (FB)

After Facebook reported better-than-expected earnings, CEO Mark Zuckerberg opined about the potential damage of reopening the economy too soon. "I worry that re-opening too quickly will almost guarantee future outbreaks and worse health and economic outcomes," he said. Facebook users are surging, but the company acknowledges this probably won't last after the pandemic. It also acknowledged a "significant reduction" in the demand for advertising. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stori...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Instagram, Trends, Zuckerberg


At the Springtime Café...

... you can talk all night. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Flowers, Ann Althouse


Eagle Rock man’s film shares final goodbye with Abuelita, who died of coronavirus

On Sunday, April 19, 33 people across Los Angeles County died from COVID-19. Amparo Morales, an 83-year-old woman from Los Angeles, was one of them. To her grandson, David Lopez, she was Abuelita Amparo. He described her as “very happy and positive,” a woman with a lot of energy whom everyone wanted to be around. Lupe Lopez, seen on Wednesday, April 29, 2020 at her Eagle Rock home where she has been sheltering in place, holds a photo of her mother who died last week from coronavirus. Her son...
Tags: Instagram, California, Los Angeles, Sport, David, Soccer, Pasadena, Local News, Los Angeles County, Lopez, LA County, San Gabriel Valley, Eagle Rock, Lupe, David Lopez, Abuelita


TikTok tops 2 billion downloads

TikTok, the widely popular video sharing app developed by one of the world’s most valued startup (ByteDance), continues to grow rapidly despite suspicion from the U.S. as more people look for ways to keep themselves entertained amid the coronavirus pandemic. The global app and its Chinese version, called Douyin, have amassed over 2 billion downloads on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store, mobile insight firm SensorTower said Wednesday. TikTok is the first app after Facebook’s marquee a...
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Google Play Store, Social, Mobile, Facebook, Apps, Messenger, Media, Instagram, Youtube, China, India, Tech, Whatsapp


Eight Photographers’ Pictures From Isolation

Joel Meyerowitz, Renée Cox, Asako Narahashi and more share visual diaries of the present moment.
Tags: Photography, News, ALEC, Richard, Joel, Meyerowitz, Mosse, Soth, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Joel Meyerowitz Renée Cox Asako Narahashi


Ruth Langsford shares rare video of son Jack for this sweet reason

Ruth Langsford took to Instagram on Wednesday night to share a video of her 18-year-old son...
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Instagram influencers can earn thousands of dollars for a sponsored livestream, but they have to get risk-averse brands on board

As interest in live video has spiked among at-home consumers in recent weeks, creators, marketers, and tech platforms are looking for new ways to make money from livestreaming. Influencers can earn hundreds — or even thousands — of dollars by promoting a product or appearing in a brand's livestream on platforms like Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, or Twitch. Business Insider spoke to creators and marketers to learn more about how sponsored livestreaming works.  Click here for more BI Prime stori...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Sundar Pichai, Mavrck, Jenkins, YouTube Facebook, Instagram YouTube, Taber, Tubular Labs, YouTube Twitch, Twitch YouTube, Instagram Facebook YouTube, MediaKix


What Twitter’s #SafeHandsChallenge is teaching marketers

UGC campaigns can be hard to crack, but when done well can offer major value in driving advocacy across categories.  With social conversation and consumption at an all-time high, it takes a lot to break through the online clutter—but something did: the #SafeHandsChallenge. It is a partnership between Twitter and the World Health Organization (WHO) and aims to educate the general public through social content around how to properly wash your hands. As a platform that is at the center of news, e...
Tags: Apple, Twitter, General, Instagram, Marketing, Cta, Bravo, Who, Selena Gomez, Ugc, Priyanka Chopra, World Health Organization WHO, Chopra, ALC, Billy Porter, Marie Goldstein


Top-floor sun.

(From yesterday, at 6:15 a.m.)(And if you're enjoying this blog, please consider supporting it by using the Althouse Portal to Amazon when you're doing your shopping.) [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Amazon, Photography, Law, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse, Things Are Not What They Seem


How to View and Reshare Your Archived Instagram Stories

Your Instagram stories disappear from your feed after 24 hours, but they’re not lost and gone forever: They’re actually saved to a private part of your profile, and you can go back and view or reshare them at any time. Here’s how to do it.
Tags: Apps, Instagram, Smartphones, Lifehacks


Martine McCutcheon shows off gorgeous cosy living room as she plays with son

Martine McCutcheon has a lovely home, as she proved on Instagram this week. The actress and...
Tags: Instagram, Martine McCutcheon


An influencer-marketing agency breaks down how brands can effectively run social-media campaigns during a health crisis and what to avoid

As the coronavirus pandemic has continued, brands have adjusted their messaging on social media, and have begun establishing new ways of engaging with influencers in an effort to avoid appearing insensitive. Mediakix, an influencer-marketing agency that connects brand with influencers, recently published a report advising brands on how to use social media. The 50-page report outlines what audiences are saying, how brands can still leverage influencers while at home, and best practices to follo...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Emma, Procter Gamble, Polly, Amelio, Instagram Stories, Instagram Live Facebook Live, Maggie MacDonald, MediaKix, Instagram Story, Charli D Amelio


An influencer-marketing agency shares its guidelines for brands that want to run social-media campaigns during the pandemic and what to avoid

As the coronavirus pandemic has continued, brands have adjusted their messaging on social media, and have begun establishing new ways of engaging with influencers in an effort to avoid appearing insensitive. Mediakix, an influencer-marketing agency that connects brand with influencers, recently published a report advising brands on how to use social media. The 50-page report outlines what audiences are saying, how brands can still leverage influencers while at home, and best practices to follo...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Emma, Procter Gamble, Polly, Amelio, Instagram Stories, Instagram Live Facebook Live, Maggie MacDonald, MediaKix, Instagram Story, Charli D Amelio


Charity auction of Andy Warhol's Polaroid photos and snapshots to benefit artists

“You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you suddenly thrill you," Andy Warhol said. A collection of Warhol's Polaroid photos and snapshots are up for auction at Christie's to benefit the Andy Warhol Foundation’s emergency relief fund for artists. The body of work is title "Better Days."
Tags: Art, Post, Photography, News, Auctions, Artists, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Photographs, Polaroid, Christie, Andy Warhol Foundation




Jools Oliver shares peek into her children's stylish playroom

Jools Oliver took to Instagram on Wednesday to share an adorable photo of her children...
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Drone disguised as hummingbird infiltrates a swarm of monarch butterflies

PBS Nature's "Spy in the Wild" series employs spy cameras outfitted with animatronic animal disguises to capture intimate imagery of wildlife. In this clip, a drone wearing a bumblebee costume infiltrates a swarm of monarch butterflies in the mountains of Mexico.
Tags: Photography, Video, Science, News, Nature, Drones, Wildlife, Butterflies, PBS Nature


Five Artists to Follow on Instagram Now

Photographs that capture our image-saturated times, biting cartoons and unusual regional architecture: Here are some of the Instagram accounts brightening our art critic’s daily feed.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Instagram, Social Media, Mitchell, Freeman, Instagram Now, Cartoons and Cartoonists, Morgan Bassichis, Bedwyr Williams, Al (Artist, Algus, Qasimi, Farah al


KROQ’s Stryker & Klein share what its like to host a morning radio show amid a global pandemic

Landing a morning radio show in a major market like Los Angeles at an iconic rock station like KROQ 106.7 FM is any DJ’s dream. However, getting that much sought after gig during the coronavirus global pandemic and at the expense of the station suddenly laying off the “Kevin in the Mornings with Allie & Jensen” crew, wasn’t how KROQ DJ’s Ted Stryker and Kevin Klein imagined they’d be bestowed such a prestigious honor. The duo, who had been hosting the afternoon time slot on KROQ, were notified o...
Tags: New York, Instagram, Disney, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, San Diego, Tom Delonge, Stryker, Southern California, Twenty One Pilots, Anaheim, Kevin, Honda Center, Drew Pinsky


Clothing resale marketplace Poshmark is rolling out a Story feature similar to Instagram and Snapchat. Its CEO said the program was 'expedited' because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Clothing resale marketplace Poshmark is rolling out a new Story feature to allow users to share video content of their clothing that will disappear after 48 hours.  "Poshmark is really all about bringing community and commerce together," the company's CEO and founder Manish Chandra told Business Insider. Chandra said the company "expedited" its rollout to increase engagement while much of the normal world is shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more...
Tags: Instagram, US, Trends, Chandra, Poshmark, Instagram Snapchat, Facebook Stories, Manish Chandra, Business Insider Chandra, Chandra In


Facebook Still Can’t Dismiss Sex Trafficking Victims’ Lawsuit in Texas State Court

Sex trafficking victims sued Facebook and Instagram in Texas state court for their alleged roles in the victimization. The victims’ claims are not FOSTA-based, even though the cases were filed after FOSTA became law. In May 2019, the trial court rejected Facebook’s motion to dismiss based on Section 230, in an opinion that will not win any awards for exposition by a judge. The opinion briefly recited various precedent cases on both sides, and then tersely concluded: “In reviewing the statute an...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, Instagram, Law, Senate, Court, Salesforce, Doj, DOE, Christopher, Ferrer, Harris County, Facebook Inc, Plaintiffs, New House, Texas Supreme Court


Drawing Places, Capturing Memories

The writer learns to step away from life filtered through a camera and catches memories with pencil and paper.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Drawing, Travel and Vacations, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


See Only Evil, Or Look in Another Direction

We see what we want to see. We also see the things that the media frames for us. We do not see what we don’t want to see and we do not see the things outside the media’s dominant frame unless we choose to look. Jon Alsop is a freelance journalist who writes Columbia Journalism […] The post See Only Evil, Or Look in Another Direction appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Photography, Advertising, Media Literacy, Columbia Journalism, Media Trends, Jon Alsop



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