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Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder Is Still Lamenting the Apollo Show — and Howard Stern Interview — That Never Was

Eddie Vedder discussed working on new music during COVID-19 quarantine, memories from Pearl Jam shows with Robert Plant and Neil Young and why he finally joined Instagram during a wide-ranging call-in Q&A with listeners on the band’s SiriusXM channel yesterday (Sept. 2). Vedder said the members of Pearl Jam have not been in the same […]
Tags: News, Instagram, Neil Young, Sirius Xm, Robert Plant, Pearl Jam, Eddie Vedder, Vedder, Howard Stern Interview


Facebook is paying some users to suspend their accounts before 2020 election

Facebook is offering to pay some users to suspend their accounts. Here's why
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Election, Breaking Twitter


Facebook is paying some users to suspend their accounts before the 2020 election

Would you take an offer of money to stay off the social media site?
Tags: Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Election, Breaking Twitter


Facebook will pay tens of thousands of users to quit the app ahead of the election so it can study the platform's impact on politics

Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Facebook is working with outside researchers to study how its apps influence "key political attitudes and behaviors during the US 2020 elections," the company announced Monday. As part of the study, it will pay Facebook and Instagram users — possibly between $10 and $20 per week — to stop using the app, The Washington Post's Elizabeth Dwoskin reported Thursday. The company expects between 200,000 and 400,000 users to participate in the study, which will run...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Instagram, Washington Post, US, Trends, New York Times, BuzzFeed News, Northeastern University, David Lazer, Elizabeth Dwoskin, Dwoskin, Cambridge Analytica, Tech Insider, Elections 2020, Liz Bourgeois


Facebook will pay hundreds of thousands of users to quit the app ahead of the election so it can study the platform's impact on politics

Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Facebook is working with outside researchers to study how its apps influence "key political attitudes and behaviors during the US 2020 elections," the company announced Monday. As part of the study, it will pay Facebook and Instagram users — possibly between $10 and $20 per week — to stop using the app, The Washington Post's Elizabeth Dwoskin reported Thursday. The company expects between 200,000 and 400,000 users to participate in the study, which will run...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Instagram, Washington Post, US, Trends, New York Times, BuzzFeed News, Northeastern University, David Lazer, Elizabeth Dwoskin, Dwoskin, Cambridge Analytica, Tech Insider, Elections 2020, Liz Bourgeois


A Japanese lakeside view with a difference

When photographing people, I generally feel reasonably confident I can reproduce what’s in front of me. Landscapes, on the other hand, are a completely different proposition. Without a person in the frame, I never really know what to focus on, and as such the results are almost always underwhelming. Presented then with the atmospheric scene of clouds coming in over this lake, I stood there as usual, completely unsure of how to try and capture it. Wanting, more than anything, for somebody of int...
Tags: Travel, Photography


If You Feel Attacked By This Post, Please Don't Come Back

From Gabrielle Blair @designmom and at DesignMom.com.  This was originally a Twitter thread. I did not write this (Gabrielle Blair did), but I could not agree more.  The other day I saw a tweet where a person described that when they find out someone they know personally supports Trump, they lose all respect for them instantly. I liked the tweet and retweeted it, but stopped short of sharing it on Instagram. Why? I suppose it’s because, like the author of the tweet, I also know Trump su...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, France, Pets, America, Ikea, Trump, Don, Gabrielle Blair, Ben Shapiro, PBurns, Terrierman


Back To School Guide on Kids Blue Light Glasses

Though it’s still not clear what this back to school season will look like, chances are your child will be participating in online learning in some form. And with all this uncharted territory, the last thing you should have to worry about is your child’s eye health being compromised from harmful blue light exposure. That’s why it’s more important than ever to consider investing in kids’ blue light glasses. What is Blue Light?  Blue light waves make up approximately one third of all...
Tags: Glasses, Fashion, Nike, Back To School, Lenses, Ray Ban, Blue Light Glasses, Kids Blue Light Glasses, Kids Glasses, Ray Ban Junior Did


Best Affiliate Programs – And the Highest Paying

As a website owner, writer, blogger or social media influencer you work hard creating quality content. Chances are you dream of finding the best ways to make money from your efforts — and that includes the best affiliate programs. Savvy content creators look for the highest earning opportunities that are relevant to their audience. That way they can earn cash at the same time as they serve their readers, by highlighting products and services they’ve taken the time to investigate and carefully s...
Tags: Amazon, Home Depot, Instagram, Microsoft, Ebay, Wordpress, Sales, Godaddy, Walmart, Affiliate Program, Commission, Dell, Costco, Shopify, Coursera, Gamestop


Denise Welch looks sensational in red bikini

Denise Welch looks phenomenal in her latest Instagram post. Taking to social media to...
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How to post on Instagram from your phone or computer, using the official app or an internet browser

Posting on Instagram is simple. Oleksiy Boyko / EyeEm/Getty Images You can post on Instagram at any time using the free mobile app, or on a desktop with Safari or Google Chrome. The Instagram app lets you post photos, videos, and more with just a few taps. If you're posting on Instagram from a Mac or PC, you'll have to change your browser settings.  This story is part of Business Insider's Guide to Instagram. Since its release in 2010, Instagram has taken the world of social media by storm...
Tags: Iphone, Google Chrome, Google, Android, Facebook, Instagram, Mac, Trends, Social Media, Pc, Safari, Steven John, Instagram App, Tech Insider, Instagram Story, Product Card


Choreographer Camille A. Brown Starts An Online School For Black Social Dance

“Whether the Juba or stepping, social dance has always been a big component of Ms. Brown’s choreography. … When the pandemic hit, … like many other dancers and choreographers, she turned to Instagram, where she has created a virtual version of a school she never attended, one in which social dance is the foundation from which everything else flows.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Instagram, Dance, Brown, Juba, 09.02.20, Online School For Black Social Dance


As it awaits its US fate, TikTok doubles down on its revenue funnel with marketing partners

There’s a big question mark hanging over the future of TikTok right now, in the form of what exactly will happen to its US business come September 20, when President Trump said he plans to shut down the Chinese-owned app over security concerns. But in the meantime, it seems to be business as usual for the app. Today, TikTok — which has 100 million users in the US — announced a slate of marketing partners to help brands create and measure the impact of campaigns on the app. The company, owned ...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Advertising Tech, China, Marketing, US, Tech, Snapchat, Ugc, Adtech, Sprinklr, Trump, Tommy, Martech


As it awaits its US fate, TikTok rolls out new marketing tools and Stitch to let users sample other videos

There’s a big question mark hanging over the future of TikTok right now, in the form of what exactly will happen to its U.S. business come September 20, when President Trump said he plans to shut down the Chinese-owned app over security concerns. But in the meantime, it seems to be business as usual for the app. Today, TikTok — which has 100 million users in the U.S. — announced a slate of marketing partners to help brands create and measure the impact of campaigns on the app, and a little la...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Instagram, Advertising Tech, China, Marketing, US, Tech, Snapchat, Ugc, Sprinklr, Trump, Tommy, Martech, Shuttlerock


The Art of the Personal Project: Jasmin Shah

The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.  I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before.  In this thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project. Please note: This thread is not affiliated with any company; I’m just featuring projects that I find.  Please DO NOT send me your work.  I do n...
Tags: Photography, California, Fsa, Milwaukee, US, America, Chicago, Kansas, Personal Project, Eileen, Suzanne Sease, The Martin Agency, Kaplan Thaler Capital One Best, Cisco Utah, Jasmin Shah


Facebook to block new political ads 1 week before Nov 3, adds more tools and rules for fair elections

We’re now 61 days away from the US Presidential election, and Facebook is once more ramping up its efforts to level the playing field and attempt to keep its platform from being manipulated to influence how people vote. CEO Mark Zuckerberg today announced a series of new measures, including the news that it will block new political and issue ads in the final week of the campaign — although campaigns can still run ads to encourage people to vote, and they can still run older political ads. Oth...
Tags: Social, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Voting, Instagram, Government, India, US, Tech, Zuckerberg, Reuters, Misinformation, Zuck, US Election, Specifically Facebook


Micro influencers share their rates for sponsored posts and explain how they avoid getting low-balled

Ashley Jones Hi, this is Dan Whateley, filling in for Amanda Perelli who is on vacation this week. Welcome back to Insider Influencers, our weekly rundown on the influencer and creator economy. Sign up for the newsletter here.This week, my colleagues Amanda Perelli and Sydney Bradley looked into what "micro" influencers — creators with between 10,000 and 100,000 followers — can earn from brand deals on Instagram.These lower-follower-count influencers aren't as well known, with many only...
Tags: Hollywood, Media, Instagram, Youtube, La, Advertising, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Brands, New York Times, Sydney, Beverly Hills, WME, Npr, Jack Conte


Leading Thoughts for September 3, 2020

IDEAS shared have the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage with: I. How to relive stress. It’s not what you instinctively do: “According to the American Psychological Association, the most effective stress-relief strategies are exercising or playing sports, praying or attending a religious service, reading, listening to music, spending time with friends or family, getting a massage, going outside for a walk, meditatin...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Walker, American Psychological Association, Leading Thoughts


Photography Everyday Carry – Pens & Pen-like Things

Photography Everyday Carry is a series where I share my thoughts and suggestions on products that photographers should carry on their person, or in their bags, everywhere they go. In this video, I the pen and pen-like things that I include in my camera bag every time I am out taking photos. PenLenspenMTX ToolSmallrig tools Subscribe
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Fujifilm’s new nifty 50 f/1 lens can autofocus in near darkness

Yes, you read that right -- the f/1.0 lens still has autofocus, a rare distinction
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Fujifilm, 50mm, XF Lenses


The best camera straps for 2020

A good camera strap reduces fatigue and adds functionality -- and even makes you look good at the same time.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Cameras, Best Of, Buying Guides, Straps, Black Rapid, Crumplr, Tier 4


The best cameras for kids in 2020

The best cameras for kids mix durability, simplicity, and fun features to get kids hooked on photography
Tags: Photography, Trends, Best Of, Buying Guides, Compact Camera, Best Cameras, Kids Camera, Tier 4


Two-click photo editing? Skylum Luminar teases A.I. photo app

Luminar AI can correct skin or enhance skies instantly
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Photo Editing, LUMINAR, Skylum, Skylum Luminar


Facebook’s photo porting tool adds support for Dropbox and Koofr

Facebook’s photo and video portability tool has added support for two more third party services for users to send data via encrypted transfer — namely: cloud storage providers Dropbox and (EU-based) Koofr. The tech giant debuted the photo porting tool in December last year, initially offering users in its EU HQ location of Ireland the ability to port their media direct to Google Photos, before going on to open up access in more markets. It completed a global rollout of that first offering in ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, Facebook, Apps, Twitter, Instagram, Microsoft, Cloud Storage, Tech, Eu, European Union, Policy, Ireland, Dropbox, Google Photos


Lindsay Adler Transforms Images On Location with OCF II Light Shaping Tools

By Steve Hanratty Sponsored Post For photographers everywhere, it’s important they find their unique style. That’s why light shaping tools can help them be more creative—and distinctive. Photo: Jen Helinga “Clean, bold, and graphic, presenting women with strength and elegance.” That’s how Lindsay Adler, New York-based fashion and beauty photographer, and in 2020 Rangefinder’s first-ever female Icon of the Year, defines her style. Photo: Caroline Lawson Photo: Carolin...
Tags: Photography, New York, Featured, Inspiration, Gear, Manhattan, Photograpy, Lighting, Lindsay, Bassman, Profoto, Lindsay Adler, Steve Hanratty, Jen Helinga, Caroline Lawson, Albert Watson Lillian Bassman


Coronavirus curfew in Havana, Cuba – in pictures

Cuban authorities have launched a strict 15-day lockdown of Havana to try to stamp out the low-level but persistent spread of coronavirus. In addition to a curfew, most stores are barred from selling to shoppers from outside the immediate neighbourhood to prevent people from moving around the cityCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Continue reading...
Tags: Photography, Americas, World news, Cuba, Havana, Havana Cuba, Coronavirus outbreak


Basque to the future: innovative images from Getxophoto 2020 – in pictures

From virtual reality shoots to politically-charged collages, Getxophoto festival exhibits photographer’s work using striking outdoor displaysGetxophoto takes place in Getxo, Basque Country, near Bilbao, until 27 September Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Photography, Spain, World news, Culture, Art and design, Exhibitions, Bilbao, Getxo Basque Country



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